Web server security

One server, many websites (at risk)

If you use a hosting service or own a cloud server for managing your web applications, it's essential to ensure they are safeguarded against hacker and bot attacks. Compromising a hosting account or an entire web server could lead to the permanent loss of all websites hosted on that server, along with their associated data.

How we take action

Step-01

System footprint

We thoroughly analyze your server, identifying security loopholes and providing a detailed risk assessment.

Step-02

Scanning

Our process involves a thorough examination of your system to identify potential attack surfaces and vulnerabilities. Once identified, we develop and implement a plan to eliminate these weaknesses, ensuring the security of your system.

Step-03

Enhancing

We will install and configure powerful system and web application firewalls to significantly reduce the risk of infection.

Step-04

Ongoing support

We provide ongoing consulting to ensure your system stays secure as it evolves and changes over time

Do you use Plesk or cPanel?

Plesk and cPanel are fantastic web hosting control panels, but if misused, they can expose devastating attack surfaces.

Misconfigurations

Configuring firewalls and Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) like Fail2Ban, iptables, and Apache ModSecurity is critical. Firewalls control traffic and prevent unauthorized access, while IDS like Fail2Ban detect and block suspicious activities. Security modules like iptables and ModSecurity provide additional protection against attacks

Password Access and Access Control Lists (ACLs)

Strong password policies and Access Control Lists (ACLs) are vital for securing Plesk and cPanel. Implementing complex passwords and two-factor authentication significantly reduces unauthorized access risks. ACLs ensure users have only necessary permissions, preventing misuse and accidental system compromises.

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Missed updates and maintenance

Regularly updating Plesk or cPanel is essential for security. Updates patch vulnerabilities and maintain system integrity. Ensuring all related services and applications are also up-to-date is crucial. Routine maintenance, including applying updates and monitoring activity, is key to a secure server.

Forgetting about monitoring

Regular review of cPanel and Plesk logs is crucial for security. Logs reveal system events, access attempts, and errors, helping detect suspicious activities like repeated failed logins or file changes. They are essential for incident analysis and can be integrated with intrusion detection for real-time alerts.

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