Why you must use truly secure passwords, and how to generate them in Linux
June 30, 2018 TMZ Team

Password authentication is the most common way of securing access to some machine or service. It falls under Challenge-response authentication – a family of protocols in which one party (server) presents a challenge, and the other party provides a valid response (password) to authenticate itself. There are many types of challenge-response algorithms (like SCRAM), and

How to optimize a cPanel server for performance
June 24, 2018 TMZ Team

cPanel is the most widely used web hosting control panel in the market. It vastly simplifies system administration tasks. However, if not configured properly, it can also slow down your server. Here are a few simple ways to improve performance and get the most out of your server resources. Disable unused services cPanel integrates many

How to secure your MySQL database in CentOS 7 / cPanel
June 17, 2018 TMZ Team

MySQL is the most popular database server in the world and every cPanel installation includes it by default. It is used by all common modern applications like WordPress or Magento, as well as by cPanel itself. Some of the most important security features are already activated in the MySQL instance that comes installed with cPanel,

How to make Odoo faster
June 10, 2018 TMZ Team

Odoo is one of the most popular and effective ERP software suites available. It has both an enterprise and a community edition. The latter can be used for free. It integrates apps that cover all your business needs in a single package and allows you to manage your company smoothly. If you’re running or planning

Five ways to secure your cPanel VPS against hackers and brute force attacks
June 4, 2018 TMZ Team

No server is safe against the numerous vulnerabilities and attack vectors that exist today. cPanel offers many safety features but not all of them are activated or properly configured by default. Here are five basic ways to make your server more secure and protect it from the most common types of attacks. 1. Secure your