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2answers
52 views

Attack surface for a site that hosts only static content HTML and images?

What kind of attack surface is there for a site that only hosts static content: HTML, images, CSS? How can sites like this be successfully penetrated?
0
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1answer
116 views

Virtual private server security [closed]

I want to move from a shared hosting to VPS. I never used VPS or dedicated server, so I wanted to know if there are some security precautions that I should have in mind. Say, I create a ftp account ...
1
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2answers
65 views

Preventing interaction among web application on a shared hosting account

I have multiple web application installed in separeted directories in a shared hosting account. My worry is if one application get hacked, attacker can use it to attack other applications too. So, My ...
2
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2answers
678 views

What is the ultimate goal of hacking a webserver? [closed]

Recently I noticed a lot of traffic generated by automated bots that were checking for vulnerabilities in my web server. They were mainly looking for ways to hack into plesk/wordpress which I don't ...
-1
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1answer
156 views

Location of server affects the speed of page loading? [closed]

i live in a country but i make a website for another country's users. The web hosting company has server in both of the countries. So where should i buy? Does it affects where the server is depending ...
3
votes
3answers
202 views

Monitoring for security threats

I host and maintain several websites. The users pay to have their sites maintained and secured. However, with the amount of web applications like joolma, wordpress, ect... and their plugins, I need a ...
17
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3answers
1k views

How to keep a shared web hosting server secure?

What are the ways of keeping a shared LAMP server secure, assuming SSH access is available for every user? Edit: I am mainly thinking of securing the server from the users themselves and between ...