I never know there is a software called Google Software Update that is installed in my Mac without my knowledge and sending data back to google more frequent than it is necessary until a couple of days ago. Google Software Update is not a malware, but it behaves like a one. Continue reading “What is GoogleSoftwareUpdate.app on my Mac?”
A few days after this self-hosted Nginx server and WordPress up and running, I started to see massive login attempts trying to gain access on SSH and WordPress login. After evaluating various solutions and plugins, I settled on using Fail2ban to block such attacks, and here are the steps on how I did it. Continue reading “Secure Nginx and WordPress with Fail2ban”
WordPress announced on 1 December 2016 that it will only promote hosting partners that provide a SSL certificate by default in their accounts. In this article I described how to implement SSL on WordPress website. Continue reading “Hosting WordPress on Raspberry Pi Part 6 – Implement SSL”
Before connecting the Raspberry Pi to the Internet, it is important to tighten the security by changing the default password and restricting SSH access of the the Raspberry Pi first.
Continue reading “Hosting WordPress on Raspberry Pi Part 1 – Tighten Raspberry Pi Security”