Secure an Ubuntu Linux Server Against Hackers Today!
In this Secure Ubuntu Linux Server course, you will learn how to secure an Ubuntu Linux Server against attack from hackers because these simple steps can block most basic hacking attempts and provide peace of mind with running our servers. This secure Ubuntu Linux server course is filmed using Ubuntu Linux 16.04 will be useful for you.
Amateur hackers can crack our default hosting provider settings fairly easily using the program downloaded from the internet. We can block these hacks with just a few minutes of running the commands in the Command Line Interface I show here in this secure Ubuntu Linux Server Course and signing in with RSA keys instead of passwords.
In the first session of this secure Ubuntu Linux server course, the instructor teaches about the basics to secure the Ubuntu Linux server from hackers and he also talks about choosing the best server host for setup. In this same session of the secure Ubuntu Linux server Course, the instructor also talks about the basic technical issues faced while choosing a host server and setting it up.
In the second session of this secure Ubuntu Linux server course, the instructor explains the basics of getting started with Ubuntu Linux server where he covers things like Accessing the server with putty, download putty for windows and using a password manager like Lastpass. In this secure Ubuntu Linux course, the instructor also talks about adding a new user with Adduser and signing in with Adduser.
In the same session of this secure Ubuntu Linux server course, the instructor explains the basics of user-mode and he also explains the technical aspects of giving user Sudo or root privileges. In this secure Ubuntu Linux server course, he also talks about how to verify pseudo access on the user.
In the third session of this secure Ubuntu Linux server course, the instructor explains the basic Linux commands and the tools used. This session has a series of lectures on
- Key basic Linux commands
- Updating with apt-get update
- Installing the nano text editor
- Updating SSHD-config with nano to Permit Root Login no
In the fourth session of this secure Ubuntu Linux server course, the instructor explains about changing the SSH port from 22 to another number and setting up RSA login by generating keys with Puttygen. In this secure Ubuntu Linux server course, the instructor also talks about disabling password logins and IPV6 listenings. He also explains how to start over again if we are locked out of the server.
In the fifth session of this secure Ubuntu Linux server course, the instructor explains about fresh install and the setting integrated with that server. This session has a series of lectures on
- Installing UFW or Uniform FireWall to block some DDOS attacks and hacking attempts.
- Installing fail2ban to block IPs from repeated failed logins.
- Install and configure NTP to sync time.
And at the last comes the special part in our secure Ubuntu Linux server Course where the instructor also put us with a series of question which helps us to get deep knowledge in this domain. In this secure Ubuntu Linux server Course, the instructor also answers the common confusions everyone is faced with while working on the Ubuntu Linux server.
Whoever reading this, I am sure that you are a person of special interest in taking this Secure Ubuntu Linux server course. Remember to learn by practically applying everything by doing that I am sure that you will become an expert in this domain.
I am sure that this secure Ubuntu Linux server course will give you a clear picture about securing the Linux server against hackers and it will serve as your guide throughout the process. By consistent practice and exploration in this domain, I am sure that you will become an expert in securing the Ubuntu Linux server against hackers over some time.
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