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  1. Install Linux Rkhunter (Rootkit Hunter) on Centos

    by , 04-01-2014 at 03:25 PM (GOZEN Host blogs)
    At first let's answer a simple question -> What Is Rkhunter?
    Well, Rkhunter (Rootkit Hunter) is an open source Unix/Linux based scanner tool for Linux systems released under GPL that scans backdoors, rootkits and local exploits on your systems.
    It scans hidden files, wrong permissions set on binaries, suspicious strings in kernel etc.
    To know more about Rkhunter and its features visit Rootkit.nl - Protect your machine.

    Here we are going to help ...
  2. How to install htop

    by , 11-13-2013 at 06:52 AM (GOZEN Host blogs)
    htop is an interactive process viewer for Linux, which is a powerful alternative to the start ‘top’ utility.
    Why you might want to use htop and what's the benefits of it?

    1. Supports mouse interactions
    2. Better sorting and selective display
    3. Color formatted display
    4. Resource graphs
    5. Process treeview

    Installing htop

    To install htop to Redhat or CentOS (5.X and 6.X) Linux easily via the yum package manager, the rpmforge package repository must be installed. ...
  3. How to Setup root forwarder

    by , 04-12-2013 at 05:31 AM (GOZEN Host blogs)
    Setting a root forwarder for your Linux box is a must if you want to know immediately what is going on your server while you have users working on their sites etc…and hackers been around.

    Fortunately this is one of the easiest config’s you will have to go through setting your server….here’s how you can accomplish that.

    Edit or create the file (if it doesn't exist): /root/.forward, and add a single email address in it.
    That’s all you are done!
    Tags: linux, servers Add / Edit Tags
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  4. How to install Malware Detect virus scanner on Linux

    by , 01-10-2013 at 06:52 PM (GOZEN Host blogs)
    The way malware and virus think goes on, you definitely need any line of defense on protecting your linux installation either it’s a local computer nor a linux server.

    Here we are going to give you the steps on how to install maldet on your linux server (it’s the same on a linux pc) and we will include a few command lines that you can manually scan your server for ….what else ? malware and viruses.

    InfoFirst let’s move to a folder that we usually save the src code so we ...
  5. How to install CSF Firewall on your Centos Linux Server

    by , 06-06-2012 at 07:35 PM (GOZEN Host blogs)
    Server security is a huge issue specially when you do care about your data and your integrity as a host master. One of the things you can do in order to increase server security (if you can't afford a hardware firewall) is software firewall.
    In this case CSF is one of the free but still very helpful and secure software that you can use free of charge ( or with a minimal donation ) to increase server security.
    To download the latest version you can use the download link here : Homepage: ...

    Updated 10-16-2016 at 06:01 AM by GOZEN

    Tags: centos, linux Add / Edit Tags
    Server Optimization
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