You might be serving-up a lot more then you think you are! Do you know who is accessing your web server?
There are many ways of running a web server in a Linux environment, so to keep this Instructable a relatively reasonable length, I will focus on the common L.A.M.P.(Linux.Apache.MySQL.PHP.) implementation.
I explain searching your web server logs, setting-up typical access lists: blacklists, whitelists, and a combination of the two. I will also share with you my web interface for working with the .htaccess files remotely. Finally, we will look at an open-source firewall.
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The command will automatically update the Raspberry Pi’s firmware and then ask for a reboot. If your Pi is already up-to-date, then you can continue with:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade
Now, you’ve got the latest and greatest firmware and software!!