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Analyze Your Website’s TTFB (Time to First Byte)

I’ve been using online services to analyze TTFB (time to first byte) or TTFB check using curl command line. High TTFB will often cause your page loads to be mysteriously slow or at the very least increase the latency between page loads. You should check to see if your TTFB is a performance issue or not. Try […]

Linux roundup, for Linux Users and Sysadmins | Week 06

December 18th – January 15th roundup from around the web of all things Linux. Linux security, Linux tools, Linux articles, Linux guides and Linux news. – Subscribe. 01 | The mysterious case of the Linux Page Table Isolation patches – pythonsweetness.tumblr.com 02 | Amazon Kinesis: the best event queue you’re not using – instrumentalapp.com (sponsored) 03 | Linux page […]

Linux roundup, for Linux Users and Sysadmins | Week 05

December 10th – 17th roundup from around the web of all things Linux. Linux security, Linux tools, Linux articles, Linux guides and Linux news. – Subscribe. 01 | Fish: A user-friendly command line shell for macOS, Linux, etc – fishshell.com 02 | 8 emerging trends in container orchestration – datadoghq.com (sponsored) 03 | Introducing Amazon Linux 2 – aws.amazon.com 04 | Is […]

Linux roundup, for Linux Users and Sysadmins | Week 04

December 3rd – December 10th roundup from around the web of all things Linux. Linux security, Linux tools, Linux articles, Linux guides and Linux news. – Subscribe 01 | Intel admits that ME is exploitable with 8 CVEs, telling their customers to contact motherboard manufacturers – intel.com 02 | Steam now lets developers know how many […]

Linux roundup, for Linux Users and Sysadmins | Week 03

November 26th – December 3rd roundup from around the web of all things Linux. Linux security, Linux tools, Linux articles, Linux guides and Linux news. – Subscribe 01 | Writing a Simple Linux Kernel Module – blog.sourcerer.io 02 | Linux Journal Ceases Publication – linuxjournal.com 03 | Reproducible Arch Linux?! – vdwaa.nl 04 | Alpine Linux 3.7.0 released – alpinelinux.org 05 | Linux on […]

Linux roundup, for Linux Users and Sysadmins | Week 02

November 19th – 26th: roundup from around the web of all things Linux. Linux security, Linux tools, Linux articles, Linux guides and Linux news. – Subscribe 01 | Replacing x86 firmware with Linux and Go – lwn.net 02 | How do groups work on Linux? – jvns.ca 03 | Better Random Number Generation for OpenSSL, libc, and Linux Mainline […]

Linux roundup, for Linux Users and Sysadmins | Week 01

A weekly roundup from around the web of all things Linux. Linux security, Linux tools, Linux articles, Linux guides and Linux news. – Subscribe 01 | Qubes is a security-oriented, open-source OS that allows you to securely compartmentalize your digital life – qubes-os.org 02 | TrueOS (formerly known as PC-BSD) moves up to the top 10 […]

Panopta (exclusive offer) Get Two Free Months

Over the years Panopta has listened to customer feedback and continues to respond with additional development and improvements to their infrastructure, application and network performance monitoring tools. With Panopta you can easily keep an eye on the most fundamental metrics across your complex infrastructure so you can identify the root cause of problems. If you […]

WordPress Plugin being exploited. Delete inactive plugins

For the past few days an increasing number of WordPress websites have been infected by attackers exploiting a vulnerability in the WordPress plugin: WP Mobile Detector. The plugin with over 10,000 active installs was at one point removed completely from the WordPress repository with no patch available. However, as of today the WP Mobile Detector plugin has been patched […]

OpenSSL Security Updates – Severity: High

A new set of security updates for OpenSSL were just released this morning to address various security vulnerabilities, some of which are considered to be “high” severity. Please update as soon as possible. To update keep an eye open for Linux distro updates via package managers such as yum, apt-get, etc. Control panel updates for cPanel and others will be released over […]