PositionFounder, Senior Writer, and Editorial Director
JoinedMay 14, 2018
While there are many ways to harden the security on your NginX server with peripheral applications like  Google PAM, OSSEC, Fail2Ban and SNORT, the best place to start is probably the default security policies that are implemented natively in NginX and on your Linux Distro. In this instance, we'll be bolstering the security on NginX only. Read More
While there are lots of Wordpress plugins that compress image files, they're mostly paid, or worse, based on a never ending subscription fee. Setting up open-source native image compression on a Linux server is actually surprisingly easy to do and the best part is, it's free. If you have root access to your Ubuntu server, setting up PNG and JPG compression is super easy! Read More