SFTP is a secure alternative to FTP. Authentication is done via SSH and a secure tunnel is established for the entire file transfer session. In this article I look at how to restrict a user’s access to SFTP only and to a specific directory on the server.
Here’s a bunch of different ways you can generate secure passwords in Linux using the command line:
Screen is a great tool for running multiple shell instances using a single SSH connection or virtual console. Here’s a quick start guide to screen.
By default WordPress adds all sorts of code between the opening and closing head tags of a WordPress theme. Most themes also display notes below a comment form and solicit the commenter’s website address. You may want to get rid of all that so here’s how you do it.