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Block WordPress comment spammers manually

The less spammers hit your WordPress blog, the better your blog performs, is one of my opinions. A second is, the less unnecessary plugins you use on your WordPress blog, the better. So, a little while ago I decided to remove plugins like Stop Spammer Registration Plugin and do its work myself. Here is why […]

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Create your own CDN using IIS Outbound Rules

Use these IIS Outbound Rules to offload javascript and CSS stylesheets. Here’s how to create a Content Delivery Network (CDN) using IIS outbound rewrite rules. Offload your static content and speed up your website with these tips. Offloading content is important for the performance of your website, because then content is downloaded in parallel and […]

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Boost Drupal performance with Boost

Boost Drupal performance on Windows Server IIS. Besides WinCache on IIS, you can improve Drupal’s performance by installing the Drupal BOOST module. For this module to work you need to disable Drupal’s own caching mechanism, and you need access to the server variable CONTENT_TYPE in URL Rewrite. Here is how…

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Convert .htaccess to web.config

This post describes some of the IIS URL Rewrite Module web.config equivalents of commonly used Apache .htaccess settings. This is useful when you want to convert your .htaccess to web.config. The second part of this post outlines how to use Internet Information Services Manager to import and convert .htaccess rules to web.config.

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Remove ETags HTTP response header in IIS

How to remove the ETag response header in IIS as Yahoo! YSlow recommends? Yahoo! YSlow recommends removing Entity tags – also known as ETag. Unfortunately removing the ETag response header is not an easy task on Windows Server IIS web servers. Here I show you how to properly remove ETag HTTP response headers with an […]

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Multiple IIS 6.0/7.5 Vulnerabilities

Multiple vulnerabilities found in IIS 6.0 and 7.5 web servers. On the Full-Disclosure mailinglist Kingcope posted several IIS 6.0 and 7.5 bugs. Because I am a Windows Server and IIS admin, I took some time to test the various vulnerabilities …

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Secure WordPress uploads folder, disable PHP execution

Deny direct access to PHP files in wp-content/uploads/ The following PHP function secures your WordPress website by disabling the execution of PHP scripts in wp-content/uploads, on Windows Server IIS web servers. It creates a web.config file for this purpose.

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Convert PHP ext/mysql to MySQLi

This post will show you how to convert PHP mysql extension functions to PHP MySQLi extension. Migrating away from ext/mysql to MySQLi (or PHP Data Object (PDO)) is important, because the ext/mysql functions are deprecated as of PHP 5.5.0. If you do not update your PHP code, your website will fail soon!

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Redirect HTTP to HTTPS on Apache 2.4

A permanent redirect in Apache using status code 301 The last few day’s I’ve been toying with Nagios, setting up a monitoring system. An Apache redirect to HTTPS was one of the tasks I wanted to accomplish. This would redirect the Nagios vhost from HTTP to HTTPS using an Apache 2.4.6 VirtualHost, and no resource […]

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Create your own PHP based Origin Pull CDN

The advantage of having your website content hosted on a Content Delivery Network (CDN) is having your content distributed and stored across the Globe. Utilizing the network of the Content Delivery Network provider. Hosting your WordPress website on a Content Delivery Network is an important WordPress optimization tip. Here is how to create your own […]