This article will explain how you can add Security Headers in Apache. Security headers can be added directly in the .htaccess file of your site. The .htaccess file is typically located in the webroot of your site. A common location in Servebolt would be in the /public/ directory. You can […]
Blocking a certain file type can be useful. For example, if you’ve migrated from an oldschool website consisting of tons of .htm files. Your new website may be delivering a custom 404 page for files that do not exist, but the only one requesting your ancient site are robots. In […]
Learn how to increase the SSLLabs rating of your Cloudflare SSL certificate from B to A+ with this guide.
How to manage SSL certificates for multiple domain names, like domain.com and domain.net.
How to setup a safe and simple password protection for files and folders using .htaccess and .htpasswd.
Automatic authentication using SSH keys can be set up from a Mac OS / Linux computer easily. In this article we’ll show how to convert your SSH key to a SFTP format for use with your (S)FTP client. The benefits for this is first that you don’t need to have […]
No, we don’t. If you have issues related to outdated jQuery cookies, please put your host in developer mode. This will clear the cache of static elements and fix your issue.
How does it happen? The most common entry point for hackers is to exploit known security holes in commonly used software. If you do not maintain your website with security updates, it is just a question of time before your site will be hacked. What do hackers do to my […]
Servebolt allows you to purchase SSL certificates right from within the Servebolt Control Panel. For every domain name on your Bolt, you can purchase SSL certificates. We provide two different types of certificates: Sectigo certificates. Certificates with an operational guarantee, 1 year validity and also available as wild-card certificates. Self-signed. […]