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How to Install Apache (HTTPD) on openSUSE Leap 15

In the tutorial, you will learn how to install and configure Apache (HTTPD) on openSUSE Leap 15 with a free TLS/SSL certificate from Let’s Encrypt.
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How to Setup Varnish SSL Termination with Nginx Web server on Rocky Linux 8

Varnish cache software does not support SSL/TLS by default. You need additional software to enable SSL/TLS support on Varnish. In this article, you will learn how to set up Varnish SSL Termination with the Nginx web server.

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What is LAMP (Linux, Apache, MariaDB, PHP/PHPAdmin)?

What is LAMP? LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, and PHP. It is an acronym for a Linux/Unix server with Apache as the server engine, MySQL/MariaDB as the database engine, and PHP as the primary server-side script language. It is also known as LAMP Stack. Usually, LAMP Stack is selected for the construction and development […]

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Apache Kafka Gains Adoption as Streaming Data Grows

High-profile tech companies like LinkedIn, Netflix, Uber, and others proved the business case for combining Kafka, streaming data, data pipelines, and business analytics. In 2015, using Kafka event-streaming was still a new approach to computing that made it easier to “ingest” large volumes of data from data lakes. That allowed customers to blend enterprise applications with the cloud’s […]

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Log4Shell: A New Fix, Details of Active Attacks, and Risk Mitigation Recommendations

Due to the extraordinary widespread use of the open-source Apache Log4j library, the saga of the Log4Shell (CVE-2021-44228) vulnerability is nowhere near finished. As Dr. Johannes Ullrich, Dean of Research at the SANS Technology Institute, recently noted, “Log4Shell will continue to haunt us for years to come.” His advice? “Dealing with Log4Shell will be a […]

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Nation-State Attackers, Ransomware Groups Take Aim at Apache Log4j Flaw

Nation-state cyber threat groups and ransomware attackers are moving in to exploit a critical flaw found in the seemingly ubiquitous Apache Log4j open-source logging tool, as attacks spread just days after the vulnerability that could affect hundreds o…

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Create Multiple IP Addresses to One Single Network Interface

The concept of creating or configuring multiple IP addresses on a single network interface is called IP aliasing. IP aliasing is very useful for setting up multiple virtual sites on Apache, using one single network interface with different IP addresses on a single subnet network. Learn how to create multiple IP addresses to a single […]

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How to Install Mantis Bug Tracking System with Nginx on Ubuntu 20.04

This guide shows how to install the Mantis bug tracking system with Nginx on Ubuntu 20.04. I will use the Nginx web server instead of Apache for this installation.
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BREAKING – Log4Shell Exploitation Grows as Cybersecurity Firms Scramble to Contain Threat

Cybercriminals are quickly ramping up efforts to exploit the critical flaw found in the widely used Log4j open-source logging tool, targeting everything from cryptomining to data theft to botnets that target Linux systems. The cybersecurity community is responding with tools for detecting exploitation of the vulnerability, a remote code execution (RCE) flaw dubbed Log4Shell and tracked as CVE-2021-44228. Efforts include a Log4j emergency […]

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Apache Log4j Zero Day Exploit Puts Large Number of Servers at Severe Risk

A critical vulnerability in the open-source logging software Apache Log4j 2 is fueling a chaotic race in the cybersecurity world, with the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) issuing an emergency security update as bad actors searched for vulnerable serve…

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Website Load Testing with Apache JMeter on Ubuntu 20.04

JMeter is an open-source Java-based load testing tool. It is useful to check and improve the performance after developing a new website. In this article, I will show you how to install Apache JMeter and how to use it to do load testing on websites.
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How to Set Up a Simple Apache Web Server in a Docker Container

If you are a Linux system administrator who provides support for developers, chances are you’ve heard of Docker. If not, this software solution will make your life easier by reducing operating costs and accelerating deployments. Learn how to set up a s…

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Open 3D Engine (O3DE) is Here with Its First Stable Version

O3DE is an open-source 3D engine that you can use to create high performance interactive experiences, including games and simulations. Yesterday the Open 3D Foundation (O3DF) announced the O3DE Stable 21.11 release of the Apache 2.0-licensed Open 3D En…

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An Introduction to Apache Cassandra

In this guide, we will discuss Apache Cassandra, the market-leading NoSQL DB, its architecture, key components, and its use cases in detail.
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How to Install Mysql Server 8 on Debian 11

MySQL is an open-source relational database management system. It’s one of the popular relational management systems. MySQL is commonly installed as part of the popular LAMP or LEMP (Linux, Apache/Nginx, MySQL/MariaDB, PHP/Python/Perl) stack. It implements the relational model and Structured Query Language (SQL) to manage and query data. In this guide, we are going to […]

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How to Install UVdesk Helpdesk System on Debian 11

UVdesk is a free, open-source, and SaaS-based helpdesk solution for any business process to deliver the best customer service. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install UVdesk helpdesk solution with Apache on Debian 11.
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How to Install UVdesk Helpdesk System on Debian 11

UVdesk is a free, open-source, and SaaS-based helpdesk solution for any business process to deliver the best customer service. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install UVdesk helpdesk solution with Apache on Debian 11.
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How to Setup Teampass Password Manager on Debian 11

Team pass is an open-source password manager that helps you to store and manage all your passwords from the central location. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install the Teampass password manager with Apache and Let’s Encrypt SSL on Debi…

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How to Install Apache Cassandra on Debian 11

Apache Cassandra is a free, open-source, and distributed database management system. It is capable to handle large amounts of data across many servers and provides high availability with no single point of failure. Here’s how to get it up and run…

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Apache Foundation Moves From Mirrors to a CDN to Distribute Software

Apache Software Foundation says goodbye to its system of mirrors that have been serving downloads of its software for more than 20 years.
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