Apache Security Patches on CentOS / RHEL

web Those familiar with RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) or CentOS servers may notice that when you update a Apache (or most any other package) on a RedHat / CentOS based server it still reports the same version number.

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Fixing Apache (13)Permission denied: access to / 403 Forbidden

web Every so often I run into a 403 Forbidden response when I'm setting up something in Apache, checking the log files will yield something like:

(13)Permission denied: access to /

There are a few things that could be the problem:

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20 ways to Secure your Apache Configuration

web Here are 20 things you can do to make your apache configuration more secure.

Disclaimer: The thing about security is that there are no guarantees or absolutes.

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CheatSheet for Apache

web A few weeks ago I started working on an Apache Cheat Sheet - I think covers the most common configuration, let me know if you want to see anything else on there.

Looking for more cheat sheets? check out my cheat sheet roundup.

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did you hack my cf?