Showing posts with label security. Show all posts
Showing posts with label security. Show all posts

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

WordPress Security Guide 2019

With so many websites relying on WordPress it’s no surprise that millions of website owners are out looking for the best ways to secure their WordPress sites. The widespread prevalence of WordPress also makes it a target for hackers, with tens of thousands of websites getting infected with malware, becoming the sources of phishing schemes and getting blacklisted by search engines. In this guide, we cover everything you need to know about WordPress security, including a comprehensive list of do-it-yourself WordPress security tips for hands-on website owners. This article is provided as a courtesy to our customers to see how you can protect your website against even the most determined attacker.

Why WordPress security is so important


At its core WordPress is very secure, the CMS is audited by hundreds of expert coders who write security into WordPress. Nonetheless, WordPress can still be hacked and often it is due to a lack of basic security practices.

Thursday, November 28, 2013

How to resize tmp / increase tmp partition in cpanel server

1. Stop cpanel, apache , mysql services:
systemctl stop cpanel
systemctl stop httpd
systemctl stop lsws  [If you have LiteSpeed Web Server, only then execute this command]
systemctl stop mysql
2. Umount /tmp and /var/tmp:
umount -l /tmp
umount -l /var/tmp
3. Move /usr/tmpDSK file to another location (just in case you’ll need to mount it somewhere else to preserve data):
mv /usr/tmpDSK /usr/tmpDSK_back
4. Modify /scripts/securetmp to set tmpdsksize to desired size:
vi /scripts/securetmp
Now put your tmp size,find bellow variable.
my $tmpdsksize = 3000000

5. Run:
/scripts/securetmp
6. Start cpanel, apache , mysql services:
systemctl start cpanel
systemctl start httpd
systemctl start lsws  [If you have LiteSpeed Web Server, only then execute this command]
systemctl start mysql
Now your server have more size in tmp.