VIM Text Editor (Basics)

                  Vim is the successor of the vi terminal text editor with a long list of powerful features. Short for “Vi IMproved,” Vim is sometimes pre-installed on popular, staple Linux distributions such as CentOS and Debian. For others including Linux Mint, you might instead have the original vi or vim.tiny, a slimmed down variant of Vim Read More >

                  How to Do a Basic Port Scan with Nmap

                  Closing unnecessary ports on your server is an important process for PCI compliance and server hardening in general. This reduces what information cyber attackers can easily gather about your web server and services to exploit. This also applies to Small Office / Home Office (SOHO) networks. To scan your local network, you need to know Read More >

                  Root Access FAQ

                  If you’re not very familiar with root access to a server, it’s actually quite a big deal. We’ve created this article to help answer several of the more common questions related to root access. What is root access? Root access is administrative access to a server. With root access, you can perform any action needed Read More >