Category: Security

Keeping safe

Securing Your Apps in Kubernetes with NGINX App Protect

Businesses know they need to bring services and applications to market quickly because if they don’t, a competitor surely will. But web applications are prime targets for cyberattacks, and updating…

Agile Perimeter Security with NGINX App Protect

In the context of computer security, the perimeter is a conceptual line that establishes a “zone of trust” for applications and other infrastructure components inside it. In traditional infrastructure environments…
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WordPress SEO: the definitive guide

A tutorial to higher rankings for WordPress sites This is the original WordPress SEO article since 2008, fully updated for 2020! WordPress is one of the best content management systems…
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Introducing NGINX App Protect: Advanced F5 Application Security for NGINX Plus

Companies going through digital transformation have clear business imperatives. They include improving the customer experience with modern business applications, adopting agile practices to outpace competitors in the market, and leveraging…
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Using the NGINX Plus Key-Value Store to Secure Ephemeral SSL Keys from HashiCorp Vault

In the first two posts in our series about securing SSL keys and certificates during transport and storage, we discussed using tools such as HashiCorp Vault and hardware security modules…
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NGINX Updates Mitigate the August 2019 HTTP/2 Vulnerabilities

Today we are releasing updates to NGINX Open Source and NGINX Plus in response to the recent discovery of vulnerabilities in many implementations of HTTP/2. We strongly recommend upgrading all systems…
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Ask NGINX | April 2019

Every month, we take a moment to share the expertise of our team, and answer a number of great questions we’ve received from both our customers and open source users.…
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Protecting SSL Private Keys in NGINX with HashiCorp Vault

In the first post in this series, we describe several approaches to improving the security of your SSL private keys. The post finished with a demonstration of a remote password…
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WordPress Activity Log – 7 Things You Should Be Tracking

When your WordPress website is small, it’s easy to keep tabs on everything that happens within it. However, as it grows in size and complexity it can become a lot…
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Managing Multi-User Access In Your Hosting Account

If you operate a business or manage large projects you know how important a multi-user environment can be. In this post I’d like to give some tips and tricks on…