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Setting authorization rules for a particular page or folder in web.config

I have seen so many people asking again and again how to give allow access to particular page to a person or roles. So I thought its good to put this in one place. 1,162 more words

IIS

Improve performance and speed in Apache

We have given some ideas about how to gain performance in some Apache tasks such as redirection.

In this post, I would like to point out some basic ideas about improving performance with an Apache server. 328 more words

How To

Synology NAS Web Server

This post has been a draft for a long time, it’s time to publish it!  It explains how to setup a Synology DiskStation NAS running DSM (Disk Station Manager) to serve web pages (including… 546 more words

HTTP Server

What is IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6)

IPv6 provides a platform for new Internet functionality that will be needed in the immediate future, and provide flexibility for further growth and expansion.


Features of IPv6… 105 more words

Web Hosting

Heartbleed Bug Series - Part 1: So, what is this, anyways?

The newly discovered Heartbleed bug is being touted as the Web’s worst security bug ever. So, I decided to write a series of 3 posts explaining what it is, which sites are affected and what you should do to protect yourselves from this “Greatest Virtual Horror of All Time.”  477 more words

FAMP - Installing Apache2.4, MariaDB, PHP on FreeBSD 10

Here is a procedure to install a FAMP(FreeBSD with Apache, MariaDB and PHP) server. The following setup runs Apache 2.4, MySQL 5.6, and PHP 5.5 on FreeBSD 10. 431 more words

BSD

ThreatSTOP adds active Heartbleed attacker list to our feeds

Over the last 36 hours ThreatSTOP has identified a number of hosts that are attempting to scan for the Heartbleed* openSSL vulnerability. This is due to data received from from malware researchers we know as well as visitors to some honeypots we set up ourselves. 486 more words

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