Password Authentication with Apache using .htaccess file

How to enable password authentication with apache using .htaccess file   Prerequisites To get started, you will need access to any Ubuntu or RHEL based server. You will need a non-root user with sudo privileges in order to perform administrative tasks. Install the Apache Utilities Package In order to create the file that will store the passwords needed to access our restricted content, we will use a utility called htpasswd. This is found in the apache2-utils package within the Ubuntu…

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SSH Overview | The Bigger Picture

Suppose I access any website from my computer. The ongoing connection itself, through which my computer communicates with the remote web-server, is managed on layer 5, the session layer, through the HTTP protocol. SSH and Telnet also operate on layer 5. While the session itself is maintained by layer 5, it doesn’t actually do anything. You can think of it as a phone call where no one is saying anything. Getting the JPEG file to…

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