Fail2Ban has received some updates recently and since version 0.10.0 it is supporting IPv6 as well. Here the steps on Ubuntu or Debian to update Fail2Ban to the latest version 0.10.1.
This tutorial is mainly written to help enthusiasts in Kenya to setup their own web server with Digital Ocean and host a WordPress blog on the own server. The tutorial is very beginner friendly and I hope Mama Mboga understand’s it. In case she does not, then I didn’t do my job well. But I will also be happy to help in case there are any questions.
Firefox’s tracking protection is, by default, only enabled in “Private Browsing”. But there is a switch that allows you to enable Tracking Protection permanently. Just be aware, that Tracking Protection blocks a lot of third party resources like embedded YouTube Videos.
Block out strange visitors IP addresses with a Apache2 Blacklist. Sometimes one find’s some strange visitors coming to their websites. These strange visitors may or may not identify them selves with a 1995 type display resolution of 1024 by 768 while pretending being an iPhone. Very strange. Such visitors are not real users and them […]
Just an idea how you could create SSL certificates using Let’s Encrypt for your clients mail domains in ISPConfig and have it being delivered via Postfix and Dovecot to prevent certificate warnings in email clients. But this method has it’s downside.
How to install Wekan, a open source & self hosted Trello alternative, on your own Ubuntu 16.04 server with ISPConfig 3.1 using Apache Reverse Proxy.
How to install ISPConfig 3.1 on Ubuntu 16.04 on a Digital Ocean Server incl. Apache as web server, Postfix as mail server, Pure FTPD as file server, Let’s Encrypt for real SSL Certificates, MariaDB as database server, fail2ban to limit login attempts, and very much more.