Archive for category: Ubuntu Server Tricks

Blocking Countries with UFW and IPTABLES – The easy method

Blocking Countries with UFW and IPTABLES – The easy method

10 / November 20, 2013 12:45 pm

Blocking countries to protect your server will be piece of cake with this single script!

Chrooting your sftp users in Ubuntu Server

Chrooting your sftp users in Ubuntu Server

0 / January 30, 2013 4:45 pm

Locking users in their folders without messing around is not a difficult task!

How to Migrate a virtual machine from Virtualbox 4.1.x to VMware Workstation 9

How to Migrate a virtual machine from Virtualbox 4.1.x to VMware Workstation 9

1 / January 8, 2013 4:12 pm

Having Troubles with VirtualBox and want to migrate to VMware without suffering? You don’t need to suffer (at least only once) with this quick tutorial

Tutorial : How to do a daily backup between two Ubuntu Servers

Tutorial : How to do a daily backup between two Ubuntu Servers

0 / October 22, 2012 6:34 pm

Need to do a daily backup between two Ubuntu Servers? here an easy explanation about how to do it painless

Another MIME of PHPRemoteview

Another MIME of PHPRemoteview

0 / November 4, 2011 10:31 pm

Are you safe against PHPRemoteview? think twice… there is another variation of this malware

Removing PHPRemoteView hack attack from your WordPress

Removing PHPRemoteView hack attack from your WordPress

28 / August 6, 2011 8:21 pm

Had your Wordpress blog being attacked by RemotePhpView and don’t know how to ride out of it? I can help you to ride out of this security problem and recover your precious blog

How to recover ubuntu server from a disaster situation

How to recover ubuntu server from a disaster situation

0 / May 23, 2011 4:25 am

What do you will do if someday your Ubuntu server just stop even to boot? Don’t panic, There is still something you can do

Checking space used by folders in Ubuntu

Checking space used by folders in Ubuntu

2 / March 7, 2011 5:49 pm

Here learn how to find in Ubuntu that folder that is eating your precious disk space. Very useful if you want to ride out some Gigs of your disks