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Linux Clean Service

Lets create a Service that will run upon logging in (20 second delay) that will delete some junk such as thumbnails and any temporary files older than a day. Lets create the file first:   sudo touch /opt/clean.sh && sudoedit /opt/clean.sh Once it’s opened copy and paste: #!/bin/sh sleep 20…


Securing Pop_OS!

Linux Pop_Os! Pop_Os! is definitely a cool distro you may want to move to. They have done an awesome job tweaking Ubuntu. Try it out and see for yourself, I think most anyone would appreciate it. Okay, lets get started. First off when installing choose “Advanced” then it’ll let you…


Auditing Linux via Logwatch

Linux has a few software packages to use and a number of different commands for auditing logs. I’d like to share the ones I tend to use the most:   Logwatch works great and is simple to use unlike a few others… Okay, lets install: sudo apt-get install logwatch Now…


Ultimate Windows 10 Hardening Resources

Like to share some awesome links on hardening Microsoft Windows 10. Just go through them and pick out ones you like:  


Hardening Linux Resources

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WP WordPress Hardening

This will allow your site to block and or prevent it being hacked. Okay so, lets get a WAF Web Application Firewall, for $10.00 a month you can get Sucuri Firewall that works well and is loaded with features or head over to the free open source 7G Firewall. I…


Improve Microsoft Defender

Easily Enhance Microsoft Windows Defender You can greatly enhance Windows Defender by adding some or all of the following.Copy and paste in PS Power Shell. Be sure you have allowed execution by typing in Power Shell as Administrator: set-ExecutionPolicy unrestricted   Protect against PUA Potentially Unwanted Applications: Set-MpPreference -PUAProtection Enabled…


UFW Firewall Tips

You can tighten up Linux UFW Uncomplicated Firewall by restricting inbound using deny rule. Then only allow certain ports outbound. Instead of the usual deny in allow out. To do that we can do the following: ufw deny in ufw allow out proto tcp to any port 22 (ssh) ufw…


Useful Linux Commands

A very useful Linux command I’d like to share just encase you have not used it before is: inxi Inxi provides a summary of your computer hardware specs and other details such as: System, Kernel, Distro, CPU, Graphics, Audio, Network, Drives, Partitions, Swap, Sensors, and some others useful information. It’s…


Easily Secure SSH

There are many ways in which a user may harden ssh port 22 from being hacked. I’d like to show you the method I have used that simply works well and that is first back up the file: sudo cp /etc/ssh/sshd_config /ete/ssh/sshd_config.back Next lets change its permissions:sudo chmod 644 /etc/ssh/sshd_config…


Secure Optimize Microsoft Windows 10

  This is going to allow you to have a secured optimized Windows 10 without being too complicated. I’d average around 7-12 remote sessions a day and it almost always boiled down to malware. 8 out of 10 would have some form of malicious malware, adware and or spyware. They…


Linux Hardening Apparmor Firejail

Lets harden Linux with Apparmor and Firejail Sandbox Open Terminal Make sure you have Firejail installed: sudo apt update sudo apt install firejail firejail-profiles Now lets add Apparmor and Profiles by typing: sudo apt-get install apparmor-profiles apparmor-utils apparmor-profiles-extra Press Y Press Enter Enable and Enforce Apparmor: sudo aa-enforce /etc/apparmor.d/* apparmor=1…


Why Avalanche Crypto

Well there are many reasons to choose AVAX Avalanche besides it’s on fire. There are reasons for this growth take a look at the comparison chart: Thousands of nodes allows for the most efficient route thus is fast, amazingly fast. Transaction times 2 seconds or less that is impressive, who…


Linux Cloudflare Switch

Cloudflare can be easily added to Linux, just open terminal and type: echo “nameserver 1.1.1.1” | sudo tee -a /etc/resolv.conf echo “nameserver 1.0.0.1” | sudo tee -a /etc/resolv.conf   While we are at it might as well change the NTP over to Cloudflare: echo “NTP=time.cloudflare.com” | sudo tee -a /etc/systemd/timesyncd.conf…