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Nginx for SSL Termination to Varnish & Apache Backend with WordPress

System Architecture for Scaling Virtual Environment All traffic should have ssl certs installed for each domain at nginx level.  Nginx is configured as ssl proxy only.  Certs are provided by Let’s Encrypt unless otherwise needed for other purposes. (non-secure) Varnish (80) –> Apache (8080) –> Redis –> MariaDB (secure) Nginx (as ssl proxy) (443) –>…
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.htaccess Rules to Help Protect from SQL Injections

This list of rules by no means is a sure bet to secure your web services, but it will help in preventing script-kiddings from doing some basic browsing around. MySQL injection attempts are one of the most common hacking attacks against PHP websites. If your website is hosted on a dedicated or virtual server, the…
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