NGINX has a number of security features available, including allow/deny directives, password-protected locations, and SSL encryption. In this video, learn the ways you can make sites more secure.
- [Instructor] All to often we hear news about websites…getting hacked or otherwise compromised,…and the resulting damage that these intrusions can cause.…So as you're learning about NGINX…you might be wondering, what can I do with NGINX…to help keep my site secure?…Here are a few things you should consider…when it comes to NGINX and security.…The first thing you can do is make sure…your operating systems and software are using the latest…versions possible and have all security updates applied.…This will help make sure you're protected…against known vulnerabilities.…
Next you can restrict access to certain parts of your site.…We'll take a look at how you can configure NGINX…to allow access to certain pages based on IP address.…You can also use passwords, this can help keep sensitive…information protected and slow down intruders.…And you can also apply SSL or Secure Sockets Layer.…SSL is a protocol for establishing encrypted links…between a web server and a browser.…This helps keep communications private…between the web server and the person…
- Installing NGINX on Linux
- Configuring a virtual host
- Installing PHP and MariaDB for the LEMP stack
- Securing sites with NGINX
- Creating SSL certificates
- Reverse proxies
- Load balancing
Skill Level Intermediate
DevOps Foundations: Infrastructure as Codewith Ernest Mueller2h 6m Intermediate
1. Install and Configure NGINX
2. The Linux, NGINX, MySQL, and PHP Stack
3. NGINX Security
4. Reverse Proxies and Load Balancers
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