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How to speed up OpenSSL/GnuPG Entropy For Random Number Generation On Linux

Entropy is nothing but the measure of “randomness” in a sequence of bits. The PRNG ( pseudorandom number generator ) is a special device (e.g. /dev/random on Linux) to create randomness from server hardware activities. It uses interrupts generated from the keyboard, hard disk, mouse, network and other sources. The random number generator gathers environmental […]

Download of The Day: Debian Linux 7 ( Wheezy )

Download of The Day: Debian Linux 7 ( Wheezy )

Note: A new version of Debian Linux 9 available now. Debian GNU/Linux version 7.0 Wheezy has been released ( jump to download ) after many months of constant development and available for download in various media format. Debian 7.0 is a free operating system includes various new features such as multiarch support, several specific tools […]

10 Linux/Unix Bash and KSH Shell Job Control Examples

Linux and Unix are multitasking operating systems i.e. a system that can run multiple tasks (process) during the same period of time. In this new blog series, I am going to list the Linux and Unix job control commands that you can use for multitasking with the Bash or Korn or POSIX shell. What is […]

Three things you can use a VPS for besides hosting a website

Whether you have a power-hungry business website, blog network or an e-commerce platform, chances are you will opt for a Virtual Private Server. Why? Because it will let you enjoy a large degree of flexibility and resource scalability, at a reasonable cost. VPS is an ideal solution for hosting a large variety of websites and […]

Installing and configuring Redis on Ubuntu

Redis is an in-memory data structure store, most commonly used as a database, cache and message broker. It is built to support data structures such as strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets with range queries, bitmaps, and more. This tutorial will show you how to properly setup Redis on a Linux-based machine running Ubuntu as […]

#tips# Keep Your Bitcoins more Safe

One of the biggest digital assets, Bitcoin, has its own list of stories of thefts and breaches. With its value shooting up to $2900+ this year, it’s very obvious why everyone including cyber criminals show interest in Bitcoin. Either by asking BTCs in ransomware attacks or looting your wallets, hackers try their very best to get bitcoins. For example, last […]

How well can your website handle seasonal spikes?

That is a question you should always have in mind as you create a website that represents your online business. Particularly if you own an ecommerce website, one of your top priorities should be to prepare it for seasonal / holiday spikes. You don’t want it crashing during the busiest and of course most profitable […]

How to install Resilio Sync on Linux using packages

As one of the most powerful P2P data distribution app, Sync from Resilio can be installed on a Linux OS using multiple install methods. Today we are going to show you how to install Sync “the Linux way” – using packages and a tool such as “yum” to download and install the package. To install the […]