13 Apache Web Server Security and Hardening Tips

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67 Responses

  1. sumit says:

    This helped me a lot but hiding Apache Version and OS Identity from Errors is not working for my Apache/2.4.18 (Ubuntu), but it worked on my Debian server..

  2. Renan says:

    HI!

    On Step 5 I need to Change apache installation directory ownership recursively to the newly created non-privileged user ?
    As I’m using Ubuntu would be /etc/apache2/

  3. Robert Cox says:

    One better alternatives for SSL is to use a service like LetsEncrypt which is free.

    Extremely easy to configure and globally recognized across browsers.

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