How to Enforce Password Expiry Policies in Linux

How to Enforce Password Expiry Policies in Linux

Creating a strong password isn’t enough. You need to ensure that your users change their password regularly as well as on the first login. Using these techniques via the Linux command line, you gain full control over password expiry and ageing policies.

How to Enable FTP SSL/TLS Security on Linux via the Command Line

How to Enable FTP SSL/TLS Security on Linux via the Command Line

If you’re using and unsecured FTP connection, your usernames and passwords are being sent in plain text over the Internet. This is highly insecure. The solution is to implement encryption via SSL or TLS. This step by step tutorial will show you how to do this using the Pure-FTPd client. You can even use your own HTTPS certificates that you already have for your server.

How to Create a Self Signed Certificate on a Linux Server

How to Create a Self Signed Certificate on a Linux Server

Ideally of course, you’d get your certificated signed by a trusted CA to avoid warning messages on browsers. But if you just want to see how the process works, you can create your own self signed certificate on a Linux server so that it can accept HTTPS requests.

How to Set up an FTP Server on CentOS Linux 7.x

How to Set up an FTP Server on CentOS Linux 7.x

If you’re looking for a straightforward way to install an FTP server on your Linux machine through the command line, look no further. Here’s a complete step by step tutorial with screenshots to guide you along the way.

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