The versatile advantages of NVMe are becoming increasingly apparent in modern storage systems. You can take advantage of them in the cloud.
SELinux can be such a nuisance. In particular, if you have a newly created file system, you will need to add labels to it, also known as SELinux security contexts.
It doesn’t take rocket science to set up and run a web server in the AWS cloud. Here is a down-to-earth, step-by-step primer for adventurous newbies.
[Updated 2020-12-04] This post explains how to set up robust security headers in NGINX to protect your web application from malicious payloads and other forms of attacks. Choose your HTTP(S) headers wisely.
Here is one nifty service that can dig up useful information about a website, a domain or an IP address and it doesn’t cost a dime.