Install Suhosin php5-fpm Security for WordPress

Suhosin hosted on github is a PHP security extension. Suhosin can protect you from insecure code and possible buffer overflows.Install Suhosin on your VPS or dedicated server only takes a few minutes and could protect you from poorly coded WordPress plugins. This tutorial was tested on Debian 7 (Wheezy), 8 (Jessie) and Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty) … Learn more…

Protect WordPress wp-login with nginx HTTP Auth + fail2ban

Protecting wp-login.php for WordPress is essential for brute force protection from hackers. Most WordPress administrators will use a plugin like All-in-One Security (recommended) or Wordfence to block users who are making excessive login attempts. The problem with the plugin technique is that these brute force protection methods are still expensive for your web server. When a user … Learn more…

Install WPScan on Debian 8 for WordPress Vulnerability Scanning

WPScan is a WordPress vulnerability scanner written in Ruby. It is sponsored by Sucuri and hosted on github. Using its security vulnerability database for WordPress core, plugins and themes it will provide a report on your site’s known security problems which can be exploited by hackers.Install WPScan dependencies for Debian 8 Install the WPScan dependencies … Learn more…

Install Latest Memcached Object Cache WordPress PHP5 Debian

Memcached can be used to speed up WordPress and WooCommerce. Many WordPress plugins and themes use transients as settings. These transients are temporary and by default are stored in the MySQL database. This means MySQL will be used when retrieving these settings from the database stored on the hard drive. Memcached uses RAM to store … Learn more…

How to Configure nginx Reverse Proxy WordPress Cache for Apache

Apache is not known for its speed. On the contrary, Apache has garnered a reputation for being rather bloated and performing well under high traffic. However, Apache is still the most popular web server around the world and is used by many hosting companies due to its familiarity and htaccess. If you still love Apache … Learn more…