google gravity

Javascript to make objects on your webpage obey gravity

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Javascript to make objects on your webpage obey gravity Hello all , Found very cool thing :) This is a general version of the Google Gravity code written by Mr. Doob as a Chrome...

Virtuozzo 7 webinar October 18

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Virtuozzo 7 webinar October 18 Today i was on very cool Virtuozzo 7 webinar (October 18 2016) and it was astonishing!!! I am using Virtuozzo products since version 4.6 and i see very big potential in Virtuozzo...

Mod Security is ON in the server and why is it important

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Mod Security is ON in the server and why is it important Mod_Security is an important web application firewall that gets installed as an Apache module. It provides protection from a range of...

CloudLinux 7 MySql open_files_limit and max_open_files setup

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CloudLinux 7 MySql open_files_limit and max_open_files setup   CentOS 7 was released on 7 July 2014 with new systemd format. As the Systemd now replaces SysVinit, it is time to get familiar with it. With new Systemd in...
wp

WordPress Optimization tutorial guide

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WordPress Optimization tutorial guide This WordPress optimization tutorial is the most comprehensive guide to WordPress optimization created with the intention of helping you troubleshoot performance related issues and provide you with guidelines...

Ransomware overview – on-line updates

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Ransomware overview - on-line updates! What is ransomware ? Ransomware is computer malware that installs covertly on a victim's computer, executes a cryptovirology attack that adversely affects it, and demands a ransom payment to...

DWS- Destroy Windows 10 Spying

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DWS- Destroy Windows 10 Spying   If data collection in Windows 10 is one of your main concerns, then you probably already know that there are a lot of apps out there which...

Installing Nagios 3 Installation Guides

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Installing Nagios 3 Installation Guides Hello all , Full list of Installation Guides of Nagios 3 (Installing Nagios 3 Installation Guides) :)  With Nagios you can: Monitor your entire IT infrastructure Spot problems before they occur Know immediately when...

How to Analyze Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDos) Attack

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How to Analyze Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDos) Attack What is DDoS Attack? As per Wikipedia, denial-of-service (DoS) or distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack is an attempt to make a machine or network resource unavailable to its...
Notepad++

Git with Notepad++

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Git with Notepad++ I am sure all developers love git and notepad++ as a editor. When you are doing web development on windows, its boring to go to the git bash to...

SPF Wizard

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SPF Wizard This ajax enabled wizard will guide you through the process of creating or editing a SPF record for your DNS domain. You should add this DNS record to your domain's...
website-speed-optimizer

Top 3 Best Online Website Speed Analyzers

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Top 3 Best Online Website Speed Analyzers   The speed of a website depends on the content that make it load lazy including Javascripts, background images and some un-minified files like CSS. How...

How To Configure A High Available Load-balancer With HAProxy And Keepalived

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This tutorial explains how to set up a two-node load balancer with HAProxy and keepalived on CentOS 7. The load balancer sits between the user and two (or more) backend Apache web servers that hold...

Fortinet Threat Map

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Fortinet Threat Map Fortinet Threat Map – Remote execution attacks, memory related attacks, remote location attacks, denial of service attacks (DoS), etc.. The Threat Map utilizes IPS telemetry powered by FortiGaurd Distribution Services...

Disable PHP Execution In WordPress Uploads Directory

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Hi friends , We see a lot of shells and scripts that gets uploaded to the /wp-content/uploads directory. Generally these are shell scripts and other scripts that allow pretty much total control over your...

What is Browsershots?

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What is Browsershots? Hello , Browsershots tests your website's compatibility on different browsers by taking screenshots of your web pages rendered by real browsers on different operating systems. What we do and why we...