Here’s a tip on how to fix the error message: nginx.service: Failed to read PID from file /run/nginx.pid: Invalid argument quick and easy. This workaround should do it for you.
During the upcoming AWS re:INVENT 2017 conference in Las Vegas (Nov. 27th – Dec. 1st), Amazon is going to present a major change to its cloud offering, one with enormous ramifications! Yes, you read that right—and yes, that exclamation mark is fully justified.
AWS and Microsoft, the two leaders in the race for the best cloud infrastructure, have recognized cyber security as a barrier of adoption. Cyber security professionals are weary of migrating workloads into public cloud environments as it may carry significant risks. Thus, Amazon and Microsoft have developed specialized services to help safeguard users’ cloud infrastructure and data.
This post discusses ways to mitigate cyber threats and launch a cyber defense on AWS and Azure.
When the server can’t write to the session data directory, if will use /var/cache/nginx/fastcgi_temp/ and complain in the error log. You don’t want any of these errors, but a setting considered insecure will not even be reported as such. Here is how to bolster your PHP 7 session security with NGINX and php-fpm.
In a research paper titled “Majority is not Enough: Bitcoin Mining is Vulnerable“, Professor Emin Gün Sirer and Dr. Ittay Eyal of the Department of Computer Science at Cornell University, revealed the Selfish Mining attack on Bitcoin’s blockchain back in 2014.
If you started an instance from the official CentOS AMI on AWS, you are running kernel 3.1 as of this writing, while you could easily take advantage of improved security features of newer kernels that are already available in a stable release. Renowned Linux kernel maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman released the new Linux Kernel 4.14.15, which includes important fixes for Spectre & Meltdown. Here is how to update your Linux kernel from 3.1 to 4.14.15 in place.
Here’s a tip on how to fix the error message:
nginx.service: Failed to read PID from file /run/nginx.pid: Invalid argument
quick and easy. This workaround should do it for you.
The AWS Command Line Interface (CLI) is a set of tools AWS provides to allow you to administer your AWS cloud infrastructure and other services in the command line on Windows, Mac and Linux. Installing them is quick and easy. Here is a quick guide to get you started.