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Step by step process to Secure Apache with Lets Encrypt on CentOS 8

This article will guide you on the process to secure #Apache with Let’s Encrypt by installing Let's Encrypt #Certbot client, downloading #SSL #certificates for the #domain, and setting up automatic certificate renewal.

The objective of Let's Encrypt and the #ACME protocol is to make it possible to set up an #HTTPS server and have it automatically obtain a browser-trusted certificate, without any human intervention.

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Install Moodle on Windows Server Steps to do it

This article will guide you on the process to #install, secure, and #configure and #backup #moodle. Moodle is a free online learning management system, or #LMS. 

You can download the #software onto your own web server.

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IIS Security for Sites Steps for server hardening

This article will guide you on the process to #secure sites in IIS to prevent site infections or defacing on a #Windows Server include poor file security or poor #configuration. 

In conclusion, the modular nature of #IIS allows for more granular control over web server resources and #security. However, this can either make your #web #applications more or less secure—depending on the person or group responsible for security.

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How To Connect to a Redis Database Different ways to do it

This article will guide you on the steps to connect to a #Redis #database using different commands like redis-cli using #commands.

Running redis-cli followed by a command name and its arguments will send this command to the Redis instance running on localhost at port 6379. You can change the host and #port used by redis-cli, just try the --help option to check the usage information.

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YUM History command Ways to use it

This article will guide you on #YUM history #command in #Linux which provides a detailed history of YUM #transactions in order to find out information about installed packages and those that where removed/erased from a #system. 

The yum history command allows users to review information about a timeline of Yum transactions, the dates and times they occurred, the number of packages affected, whether transactions succeeded or were aborted, and if the RPM #database was changed between transactions.

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