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  Post #3 (permalink)   02-23-2015, 10:24 AM
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Initially, harden the server's security configuration. Update and lock down things that are public-facing on the server. Anything that is public facing that doesn't need to be public facing should be locked down to a VPN or a whitelist IP at the very least. Turn on logging and review the logs from time to time. Invest in DDOS protection - if you upset a hacker and they can't hack your server, they may DDOS out of spite.
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