.htaccess & Apache - Tips, Tricks and Hacks

What is .htaccess and how does it work?

It is a file well known to webmasters who seek to decentralize Apache definitions (Apache Directive), to apply new / other rules (cache control, mod_rewrite, php flag, custom error pages, redirect, etc.) on a specific directory (usually public_html). Writing general definitions to an .htaccess file located in the web-root has an effect on all directories and files in that tree. Exceptions are subdomain directories, which are written in Apache config with settings default. If the .htaccess file does not exist, this does not mean that Apache is not controlled. httpd.conf is the file that contains all the necessary directives for young people online in conditions of security and stability, of the hosted sites.
The threads below, we try to give you some useful definitions to teach some tricks you can do with. Htaccess.
Questions, comments and observations are welcome.

Learn how to install the Apache service on a web server, how to configure it according to website requirements and how to avoid cyber attacks using custom configurations for http / httpd services.

WordPress Virus - PHP Hack - Remove WordPress Virus

The other day I noticed the appearance of a suspicious code (virus / malware) in the source of a blog running WordPress. The following PHP code was present in header.php, before the line . I don't know exactly what this virus is called and nimci macit does exactly what it does, but it is invisible to visitors to the affected sites. Instead, it causes a

[Fix Apache Error] server reached MaxClients setting, consider raising the MaxClients setting

It is a bit inappropriate to use the error term in the case of "server reached MaxClients setting, consider raising the MaxClients setting". It is more a notification by which the server administrator is warned that the "MaxClients" limit has been exceeded. It is true that exceeding this limit leads to the instability of the Apache server and automatically to problems in the operation of web sites…

Passionate about technology, I like to test and write tutorials about operating systems macOS, Linux, Windows, about WordPress, WooCommerce and LEMP web server configuration (Linux, NGINX, MySQL and PHP). I write on StealthSettings.com since 2006, and a few years later I started writing on iHowTo.Tips tutorials and news about devices in the ecosystem Apple: iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, HomePod, iMac, MacBook, AirPods and accessories.

Comments are closed.