BitNinja Daily Routine - How to eliminate hackers on your servers completely?
George Egri

BitNinja Daily Routine - How to eliminate hackers on your servers completely?

We have collected the best practices of the most successful BitNinja customers. Would you like to completely eliminate hackers on your servers? Follow this guideline to achieve the most with BitNinja and stop all hackers. The initial steps When you first install BitNinja on your server, the best you can do is to enable all modules. All the beta modules are used in many production servers, it is safe in most of the cases to simply enable them all. If you have considerations about enabling all the modules, then here is a list of minimal modules to enable: IP reputation DoS detectio...
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Software-defined storage pool
Daniel Mecsei

Software-defined storage pool

At Virtualization Day 2017 in Budapest, Hungary, we saw pretty good presentations about a different type of virtualizations and architecture concepts. In forenoon, Gergely Rab from Dell have shown us some very useful tools and solutions for software-defined storage architecture. One of these products is ScaleIO, which utilizes standard x86 servers and Ethernet network. In a standard lifecycle, you firstly plan and deploy your new array, then expand and optimize the storage. When the array comes to the end of its life, the process begins again, and you’ll also have to migrate your data...
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Our user greylisting feature is one year old
Nikoletta Szabo

Our user greylisting feature is one year old

Nikoletta Szabo
It has been exactly a year now since we released our user greylisting feature. We have received feedback from you that has helped us to develop all of our modules and features. Thank you for all of your past cooperation and for your current support, and for using BitNinja daily. The user greylisting feature has been proved quite efficient, as most of our clients are using it every day. Our support staff received lots of requests from clients to manage the greylisted IPs on their own servers before we began this development. Fortunately, we could successfully cope with this issue and our magica...
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Traffic Exchange Service- HitLeap and its consequences
Nikoletta Szabo

Traffic Exchange Service- HitLeap and its consequences

Nikoletta Szabo
Recently our support team has received questions about a highly controversial topic, a traffic exchange service, because these server owners started to receive incident reports from us about DoS attacks coming from their servers. We decided to write this blog in order to dissolve any possible concerns and doubts about BitNinja’s reaction to this service and its consequences. HitLeap is a traffic exchange service, which is mainly used by those who would like to boost their own marketing and have their site ranked somewhere at the beginning of Google’s search list. This counter-marketing serv...
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