Posted in Linux Network Admin Tips on Oct 23, 2020.
The best way to ratelimit the traffic to your webserver is by blocking at the Firewall Level. The video below will show you to Ratelimit HTTP / HTTPS traffic by IP, using UFW in Debian and Ubuntu Server.
2FA is almost a necessity today. We see more and more services in the cloud more and more are getting compromised every day. Therefore, it is necessary to use some sort of 2FA (Two Factor Authentication) on at least the more important accounts you have, especially Bank Accounts, online Payment services such as Paypal and other more important accounts you may have.
Clustered Network has released a Unix / Linux shell script that will autmatically create UFW firewall rules allowing traffic to your webserver ONLY from Cloudflare. This forces all fo the http/https traffic through Clodflare's Network. The script can be found on github at https://github.com/clusterednetworks/ufw-block-http-except-clouldflare.
Linux has really evolved over the years. We have been using Linux on the Desktop for well over 15 years now, and for the few times I have to use Microsoft (due to customers request) I must say that Windows is very frustrating. These are 10 reasons I suggest switching to Linux on the Desktop.
These are the instructions I use to install the Google Play Store in Anbox on a Linux Computer. Once installed you should be able to log into the Google Play Store with your account and install google apps.
Bogon networks are invalid on the internet, as they are networks that have been reserved for special use, or have not yet been allocated to a customer. These networks should not be seen on the internet.
Have you ever wondered what colors mean? If you are thinking of creating a new logo you may want to check this out.
As more and more websites become compromised, it is ever more important to use a differerent password for every site. Our new Strong Password Generator will assist you in creating different passwords with options such as length, type of characters and symbols.
Literally millions of people subscribe to Google's Public DNS servers of 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168. Suppose you have just made changes to your domain DNS records on your Authoritive DNS Servers and you want to get the propagation to go though quickly. Unless you have set your TTL (Time to Live) down to a low number like 5 minutes, it could take a day or more to propagate.