Almost all Operating Systems and applications are not secure in its default configuration. Sophisticated security measures must be implemented to establish server integrity.
SysAlly has designed a leading server hardening plan for all-round security of your server in an increasingly dangerous cyber world.
Optimize kernel parameters to enhance server security.
Scans the server for any insidious rootkits and backdoors.
An easy SPI (Stateful Packet Inspection) iptables firewall suite with lfd(Login Failure Daemon).
Detects unauthorized access to the server, and blocks attackers using sophisticated counter tools.
It is an open source antivirus engine for detecting trojans, viruses, malware & other malicious threats.
Malware Scanner for Linux, effective for the detection of php backdoors, dark mailers and other malicious files.
Deny public from accessing FTP server with anonymous login.
Always keep control panel software to the latest versions
Removing old and irrelevant log data, which would save considerable amount of disk space.
Real-time web application firewall.
Better performance by optimising MySQL server.
Tune the Apache web server for maximum performance
Protect your server from users with terminal access who may inadvertently or intentionally cause a fork bomb.
Secure PHP - Optimizing PHP configuration by restricting PHP information leakage, disabling unnecessary modules/functions, tweaking PHP variables and installing suhosin
The services will be monitored constantly for any failures and failed services will be automatically restarted.
Alert server owners on root logins.
Avoid DNS amplification attacks from succeeding and using up your bandwidth
Tweak SSH settings to secure SSH access.
Apache and PHP scripts are subjected to vulnerabilities, and should be patched periodically.
Securing init scripts to avoid unwanted privilege escalations.
Native apache web server have problems in handling huge concurrent connections. Nginx is the solution for this.
Hackers usually try to upload unwanted programs or scripts in /tmp directory. It should be mounted on its own partition with limited permissions.