Frequently Asked Questions
Limit SSH Logins Per User/Group/System
As you probably know, we can SSH into a remote Linux system by the same user multiple times. There is no limit! You could simply open multiple Terminal windows (or multiple tabs in the Terminal) and initiate multiple SSH sessions from each tab by the same user account. What if you want to change this behaviour? For example, you might want to allow only one active SSH session for an user. That’s what we are going to see now. This brief tutorial explains how to limit the number of SSH logins per user or group or system on Linux.
In most Linux distributions, there is a file called limits.conf where you can define the maximum number of concurrent SSH sessions for an user or group of users. If the particular user tries to SSH into the system more than the allowed SSH logins, he/she will be denied access.
New feature – Private networks for KVM and Hybrid servers
We are happy to introduce private networking for all KVM and Hybrid servers.
Connecting your servers via a private network allows you to safely and securely transfer data at all the way up to one gigabit per second speeds without impacting the speed and performance of your Internet facing services. It is ideal for backups, replication, synchronization, etc.
This feature is provided absolutely free to all KVM and Hybrid server customers.
To request private networking for your servers, please open a ticket on our helpdesk and we will make all the necessary configuration for you.We want to hear your thoughts about this. Is there anything in particular that you love about it? What can we do to improve our services and experience? Leave a comment below or open a ticket on our helpdesk and we’ll personally review all suggestions and feedback.
$5/mo DirectAdmin is now available for all customers
We are happy to announce the introduction of Direct Admin licenses for all our servers. Prices are set at $5/month for fully licensed Direct Admin.
For existing servers, you can purchase a Direct Admin license by clicking on your server, then Upgrade/Downgrade options.
For new customers, the option to purchase Direct Admin will be presented during check out.
Installation can be performed by any of our technical support staff and is done on request by opening a ticket on our helpdesk.We want to hear your thoughts about this. Is there anything in particular that you love about it? What can we do to improve our services and experience? Leave a comment below or open a ticket on our helpdesk and we’ll personally review all suggestions and feedback.
Custom BG Patterns, Unlimited Colors and Shortcodes
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7 basic steps to secure your Linux server
This tutorial will introduce you to basic Linux server security. While it focuses on Debian/Ubuntu, you can apply everything presented here to other Linux distributions. I also encourage you to research this material and extend it where applicable.
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Install Automatic Security Updates in CentOS 7 with Yum-Cron
Yum-cron is a yum module and command-line tool that allows a user to configure a cron job for the Yum package manager.
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Setup Bind on CentOS 8 / RHEL8
- Server : CentOS 8 (minimal server)
- IP address : 192.168.43.35
- Hots Name : dns-primary.mydomain.com
- Domain : mydomain.com
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How safe is your web hosting control panel ?
One of the biggest online security research companies, Rack911, published their security audit analysis of the current most popular online web hosting control panels. We feel it is an interesting read and urge all customers running web hosting control panels to read it.
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