Visualize ClamAV Scan Logs on ELK Stack Kibana

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Process and Visualize ModSecurity Logs on ELK Stack
In this tutorial, you will learn how to visualize ClamAV scan logs on ELK stack Kibana. ClamAV is an opensource antivirus engine for detecting trojans, viruses, malware & other malicious threats. ELK on the other hand is a combination of opensource tools that can be used to collect, parse and visualize various system logs. Visualize ClamAV Scan Logs on ELK...

Install Filebeat on FreeBSD

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Install Filebeat on FreeBSD
Follow through this guide to learn how to install Filebeat on FreeBSD. Install Filebeat on FreeBSD Filebeat is not available on the default FreeBSD repositories but can be installed from FreeBSD ports. We use FreeBSD 13.0 in this setup; freebsd-version 13.0-RELEASE Install Ports Collection on FreeBSD To use ports to install software in FreeBSD, you need to install portsnap. Portsnap is a fast and user-friendly tool...

Configure Rsyslog on Solaris 11.4 to Send logs to Remote Log Server

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In this guide, we are going to learn how to configure rsyslog on Solaris 11.4 to send logs to remote log server. By default, Solaris 11.4 used the native syslog as the default log manager. You can verify this by running the command below; svcs system-log STATE STIME FMRI disabled...

Installing Webmin Web-based Linux System Administration Tool Fedora 29/28/CentOS 7

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Webmin is an open-source perl based program that simplifies the administration of Linux/Unix systems through a web interface. Talk about system package installation, removal, managing user accounts, network administration, firewall configurations, exporting files and directories etc. It is commonly used in web hosting control panels. In this guide, we are going to learn how to install Webmin on Fedora...

Debunking Four Most Common Misconceptions about LMS

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Debunking Four Most Common Misconceptions about LMS
The unprecedented growth of the LMS market across the globe depicts the enormous significance of LMS for businesses and academic institutions. These modern LMS enable educational institutions to conduct online classes safely and effectively in the wake of the pandemic. Also, various businesses can leverage these learning platforms to boost the efficiency and productivity of their workforce. The number of...

Install Wireshark on Ubuntu 22.04

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install wireshark on Linux
In this guide, you will learn how to install Wireshark on Ubuntu 22.04. Wireshark is the world’s foremost and widely-used network protocol analyzer. Note that it is a criminal act to scan or sniff on any network traffic without any authorization. Install Wireshark on Ubuntu 22.04 Wireshark is available on the default Ubuntu 22.04 repositories. However, the available versions may...

Install and Setup HAProxy on CentOS 8

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This guide will walk you through how to install and setup HAProxy on CentOS 8. HAProxy is the current de-facto standard opensource load balancer. It offers high availability, load balancing and proxying for TCP and HTTP-based applications. While offering load balancing, HAProxy supports different algorithms for load balancing. Some of the commonly used ones include; Roundrobin – This is the default algorithm and...

Install and Setup NoMachine on CentOS 8

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In this guide, we are going to learn how to install and setup NoMachine on CentOS 8. NoMachine is a cross platform, fastest and highest quality remote desktop tool that enables you to access desktop of any other machine with NoMachine installed. Install and Setup NoMachine on CentOS 8 Download NoMachine Linux Installation Package NoMachine is not available on default CentOS 8 repositories....

Enable Authentication on MongoDB

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Enable Authentication on MongoDB
In our previous guides, we learnt how to install MongoDB on Ubuntu or Debian systems; Install MongoDB on Debian 10 Install MongoDB on Ubuntu 20.04 By default, self hosted MongoDB doesn't enforce user authentication by default. For example, when you connect to MongoDB from the command line using the mongo or command mongo mongodb://127.0.0.1:27017, you will connect with no prompt for authentication. mongo Or mongo...

Automount LUKS Encrypted Device in Linux

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automount LUKS encrypted device in Linux on system startup
In this tutorial, you will learn how to automount LUKS encrypted device in Linux on system startup. Unless you configure the device to automount, it usually doesn't by default. However, if you enabled device encryption with LUKS during system install, the automount is usually setup and the device automatically mounts once you supply the correct drive encryption passphrase. Please note...