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Andrew Grothe is an IT Consultant specializing in programming & data during the day. At home he is a father, husband, hobbyist musician and open net-worker.


Nov
8
awarded  Scholar
Nov
8
comment Safely run two versions of Nginx
While I agree this is the best way to do this, Martin's answer was what I was looking for in this particular case. Thanks for introducing me to LXC though, I will have to investigate further.
Nov
8
accepted Safely run two versions of Nginx
Oct
25
comment Safely run two versions of Nginx
This is what I was thinking about doing, but wasn't sure if there could still be conflicts. Although the "standard" from repos is still pretty old, 1.2 I think.
Oct
25
awarded  Supporter
Oct
24
asked Safely run two versions of Nginx
Oct
7
comment Remove information revealed in packet inspection
@MichaelHampton true enough :) I really don't have enough time in the day to do all the things it does for me though, so I'm putting it in the need category for now.
Oct
7
comment Remove information revealed in packet inspection
@MichaelHampton I use Plesk. Otherwise, a really good suggestion. Part of my security routine has been to disable anything I don't use.
Oct
7
revised Remove information revealed in packet inspection
changed link
Oct
7
awarded  Editor
Oct
7
revised Remove information revealed in packet inspection
narrowed scope
Oct
7
comment Remove information revealed in packet inspection
@Zoredache I agree it's low priority, but if a hacker knows about an exploit in, lets say Plesk, it would be fairly trivial to inspect packets looking for a server with Plesk in the X-Powered-By attribute and concentrate attacks there.
Oct
7
comment Remove information revealed in packet inspection
@JiriXichtkniha I just set that to Prod from OS. I'll re-scan and see what that removes.
Oct
7
asked Remove information revealed in packet inspection