Apr 16 2014 
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 What is mod_security and what exactly does it block?
 In order to help keep your VPS more secure and to help stop several very common types of attacks on your server, we install mod_security for each of our customers. mod_security integrates with Apache to stop attackers from being able to issue commands to
 What does PowerVPS do to help secure my server by default?
 We take security very seriously and so have put together a comprehensive set of hardening steps we can perform on your server. To have any or all of these security steps applied to your server, please email support. Please specify which steps you want don
 I need to open more ports than the standard ones. How can I do this?
  In order to add more ports for your VPS, here's a little "howto": We will open port 26 for example. This will allow you to run exim on another port: Edit the file /etc/csf/csf.conf We will have to ope
 How to install and configure openvpn on your linux vps(server and client)
 If your vps has plesk panel, then you can install and use the openvpn module provided by plesk via the plesk gui. If you have cpanel/directadmin/webmin, use the following: Part 1: Login to your vps via ssh as root: 1.Download openvpn and save it to
 How do I disable PHP functions to help prevent exploits?
 1. Login to server as root and locate php.ini file. locate php.ini ( For cPanel server path is /usr/local/lib/php.ini and for most of other control panels its /etc/php.ini ) 2. Edit the file using following command. vi /usr/local/lib/php.ini
 What is CSF and LFD?
 CSF is an acronym that stands for ConfigServer Firewall. It has following features:    *  WHM Interface for CPanel    * Firewall Running Status    * Easy to Install and Administer    * Brute Force Attack Prevention    *
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