Generate sitemap.xml to enable Google to crawl wordpress site using Google XML sitemaps plugin

Install Google XML Sitemaps generator plugin by Arne Brachhold to generate the sitemap.xml file that Google uses to scan your WordPress site for posts to publish onto Google Search pages. I installed this as a result of the search results from my latest posts literally dwindling as I had last used some other tools to . . . → Read More: Generate sitemap.xml to enable Google to crawl wordpress site using Google XML sitemaps plugin

Nmap online – Network scans from the internet

You can use http://nmap-online.com It is the equivalent of scanning a system or network for open ports from outside of the network you are in.

Host your own web site on your desktop over ADSL broadband

On certain occasions, you need to create your own web server and try to connect to it over the Internet. This applies to any sort of server you wish to host like, Secured Shell, OpenVPN, database server and so on. If you are using an ADSL broadband connection from your ISP (Internet Service Provider), then . . . → Read More: Host your own web site on your desktop over ADSL broadband

Apache chroot jail

Apache can be made more secure by using a chroot jail. Look at link http://www.faqs.org/securing/chap29sec254.html. Look for apache chroot jail.

Tool to scan for security loopholes in Websites

Webtool by Mayflower called Chorizo Scanner at https://chorizo-scanner.com

Free web service to set up your domain name

www.noip.com

Prevent google from indexing your web pages

vi robots.txt Put this file within /—-/html

user-agent: *

Disallow: /html

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Password Protect Apache Websites

# vi httpd.conf

Following lines must be there:

<Directory /home/*/public_html>

Allow Override Options Limit AuthConfig

</Directory>

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Suppress all MySQL status messages on web page

$connection = @mysql_pconnect(“localhost”, “dd”, “pp”);

$db = select_db(“ddd”);

Putting @ before the mysql php command, suppresses all warning and error messages on a web page.

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