In this tutorial we will show you how to install and setup OpenVPN in ArchLinux. While OpenVPN support user/pass, pre-shared key (PSK), SSL Certificates etc. to authenticate users/clients, I’m rolling with SSL Certificates as they are superior to other authentication methods.
In the following article is how I set-up and configure “NFS server” in Cubian running on Cubieboard2. In this example I’m sharing a directory named “/srv/http/dev.data” with my local (LAN) network. LET’S START The first thing that you will need to do is to log in to your Debian VPS as ROOT via SSH.
In this tutorial we will show you how to install and set-up Master Named (BIND) DNS server in Fedora 22 VPS. To be more specific, in this case, we will setting up the master DNS server for the “mylinuxvps.com” domain name in a chrooted environment.
In the following article we will give you some tips about how to secure SSH login on your Linux Virtual Server. In theory (and in practice too) it is not secure to allow remote ROOT login to your server or a VPS… Using password authentication is also insecure… And that is why we will […]
In this tutorial we will show you how to install and configure Fail2Ban on your Debian VPS. WHAT IS FAIL2BAN Fail2Ban is the most famous application that can prevents dictionary attacks on your server. – You may ask how it is work? Well, when Fail2Ban detects multiple failed login/attempts from the same IP address […]
This howto will show you how to install OpenVPN inside an OpenVZ VPS on Ubuntu.
As you already know only one SSL Certification can be installed on a single IP address. Today we will explain you how to set up multiple SSL Certificates with Apache on a single IP address. For this tutorial we will be using a virtual server from LVPSHosting.com
In this article we will show you how to install and set-up OpenVPN in Debian.
In this tutorial we will explain you how to install and configure VSFTPD server on Debian VPS. WHAT IS VSFTPD? VSFTPD is the default FTP server in the Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, Fedora, NimbleX, Slackware and RHEL Linux distributions.