SSH is a great protocol for managing your linux server remotely. However, with protocol that is open to the Internet, there are some basic steps you should take to secure your SSH. One of the most basic things to do, is change the default SSH port of your server. By default, the SSH port is generally 22. Most scanners on the Internet will attempt to guess passwords for common users while scanning port 22.
By simply changing your default port, you avoid detection in the first place, and thus inc...Read More
Compressing your files before serving them to your viewers is key for Search Engine Optimization (SEO). By compressing your files, you are essentially optimizing your viewers experience, and search engines like Google, prefer that.
In addition to SEO performance, it also provides other great benefits:
- Faster page loading for your visitors
- Less data transfer used on your web hosting account
"By compressing your files, you are essentially optimizing your viewers experience, and search engines li...Read More