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Check Last Logon User’s Time Windows Linux Command Line

Many times we have to check the server logs for the security reason who is trying to access the server or when something went wrong. Admin have to check the logs using “eventvwr” to identify that who changed or from where the server last accessed. to check last user’s login time we can perform the […]

AWS HTTP error: cURL error 60: SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate

In Yii Framework trying to use AWS bucket to upload images and getting error:  AWS HTTP error: cURL error 60: SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate Solution: To solve  the above error you have use ssl certificate to transfer the data securely.  I have resolved it by using http method this is not secure. […]

Detailed Steps to setup wildcard SSL certificate with domain and sub domain:

Following are the detailed steps to setup wild card SSL Certificate with your domain and Sub domains: First of all we should have wild card SSL certificate purchased from CA. I have purchased SSL and hosting from godaddy : Please check properly few registrar provide SSL for their own server if you have hosting with them. Godaddy provide SSL Certificate for […]

Steps to Install and Configure VSFTP Linux

Please refer the step by step VSFTP instllation and configuration instrucations below For more detail regarding the vsftpd conf file you can check it here : $ sudo yum install vsftpd Type “y” to continue to install VSFTP and “n” to cancel the instillation. Note: Backup before doing any changes: $sudo cp /etc/vsftpd.conf /etc/vsftpd.conf.original $ sudo […]

Disable SSH root Login |Disable Direct Root Login Linux

To Allow Root Login remotely is a big risk for your server and it can be hacked. For security reason it is recommenced to disable root login. you can follow below steps to disable root login. You can create a user different with root access and disable root login for externally. $ adduser mynewuser $ […]