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Harden Ubuntu Lamp with Bastille Linux

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BastilleLinux sudo apt-get install bastille sudo apt-get install perl-tk sudo bastille -x

Setup a LAMP Server on Debian or Ubuntu

This setup is for Virtual Host server – not a dedicated server with a single domain SSH to your server ssh root@IP Update Debian/Ubuntu apt-get update && apt-get upgrade –show-upgraded -y Create User How To Create a User in Linux Setup SSH for Remote Access With GPG Keys – No Password How To Setup SSH for Remote Access IMPORANT –...

Apache Virtual Host Example

There are so many variation of how to setup Apache VirtualHost that its difficult for a beginner to figure it all out. Here is how I have found works best for a LAMP server that you own. If its not a standard Linux distro (Debian/Ubuntu here) all bets are off. sudo vi /etc/apache2/sites-available/www.example.com copy this code into the file <VirtualHost...

Setup Apache on Ubuntu Desktop

If you just need to use Apache on your Ubuntu Desktop as localhost, these notes apply. But see the other menu options for Ubuntu/Apache setup/care/feeding on a production server. Ubuntu Documentation for Installing and Configuring Apache/2.2.16 on Ubuntu/10.04 You may be looking for this instead > Install a Linode LAMP Server from scratch Install Apache on/from Ubuntu Desktop using Synaptic...

Harden Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS

Its not enough to harden just Ubuntu. Its necessary to harden the rest of LAMP as well. So here is how I do it. Harden MYSQL sudo mysql_secure_installation answer Yes to all questions (but no need to change password) Harden PHP – and tune performance sudo apt-get install php5-suhosin sudo vi /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini uncomment this code or update setting max_execution_time =...

Debian 9 Stretch Apache 2.4 MariaDB 10.1.26 PHP 7.0

Installation notes for Debian 9 Apache 2.4 MariaDB 10.1.26 PHP 7.0 differ somewhat from prior LAMP installations. Also included here are notes on PSAD and Fail2ban. PSAD requires netstat which is no longer included in Debian 9 apt-get install net-tools apt-get install apache2 apt-get install software-properties-common apt-get install mariadb-server sudo /usr/bin/mysql_secure_installation sudo mysql -v

LAMP upgrade to mysql 5.6 PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is required by WordPress

WordPress Running on Debian 7 LAMP After upgrading to MYSQL 5.6 from 5.5 I encountered several problems, first of which was a completely broken MySQL then Apache2.3 and PHP complained. This ultimately cleaned up the mess: sudo dpkg –purge mysql-client-core-5.6 sudo dpkg –purge mysql-client sudo dpkg –purge mysql-server-core-5.6 sudo dpkg –purge mysql-common sudo dpkg –purge mysql sudo apt-get –purge remove...

How To Harden Debian Server

Its not enough to harden just Debain. Its necessary to harden the rest of Apache-MySQL-PHP as well. Harden MYSQL sudo mysql_secure_installation answer Yes to all questions (but no need to change password) Disabling SSH root login and settings sudo vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config change PermitRootLogin yes to PermitRootLogin no LoginGraceTime 120 to LoginGraceTime 30 add line AllowUsers username username username Consider disabling...

Block All Traffic to Your New Remote Server

I block all traffic to a new server while I setup users and environment using Netfilter AKA iptables. Nothing else gets in or out of the box but me. This requires 2 scripts actually. One to close the machine to all other IPs but mine, and one to “unblock”. You need to unblock while installing other software, re. LAMP, when...

[Webmaster Tools] http://www.example.com/: Googlebot can’t access your site

I am posting this unsolved mystery – as an ongoing problem – instead of posting to a forum. Comment if you like. I’l update when I find the solution. I get the typical message from Google [Webmaster Tools] http://www.example.com/: Googlebot can’t access your site. I run LAMP servers with Netfilter (iptables) with PSAD and Fail2ban. I check iptables for any...

Whereis Apache on Ubuntu

One of the real problems is later finding where Apache puts the various files you need to manager Apache (in many different directories in Ubuntu). I can highly recommend Linode installations. Easy, fully functional, optimized, ready to go, LAMP stack. Apache Configuration Files Apache2 is configured by placing directives in plain text configuration files. These directives are in these directories:...

Harden WordPress Permissions

Harden WordPress chown [username]:www-data find /var/www/html/DOMAIN -type d -exec chmod 755 {} \; find /var/www/html/DOMAIN -type f -exec chmod 644 {} \; chmod 440 /var/www/html/DOMAIN/*.php chmod 450 -R /var/www/html/DOMAIN/wp-admin chmod 450 -R /var/www/html/DOMAIN/wp-includes chmod 440 /var/www/html/DOMAIN/.htaccess chmod 766 /var/www/html/DOMAIN/sitemap.* chmod 770 -R /var/www/html/DOMAIN/wp-content/uploads chmod 770 -R /var/www/html/DOMAIN/wp-content/upgrade chmod 750 -R /var/www/html/DOMAIN/wp-content/plugins (You could put all that in a script for...