Encountering the “Out of Video Memory” error can be frustrating, but understanding how to troubleshoot and resolve it is crucial for a smooth rendering experience. In this tutorial, we’ll explore steps to address the issue and prevent it from affecting your rendering tasks.Continue reading “Troubleshooting “Out of Video Memory” Error in Rendering Resources”
Mastering file compression is a crucial skill for Linux users, enabling efficient storage and transfer of data. In this tutorial, we’ll explore the essential commands for zipping and unzipping files and directories from the command line in a Linux environment.Continue reading “Zip and Unzip Files and Directories in Linux – Comprehensive Guide for Efficient File Compression”
Continue reading “How to Implement Directory Protection with .htaccess and .htpasswd”
.htpasswd are configuration files commonly used on Apache web servers to enhance security and control access to specific directories. In this tutorial, we will explore what
.htpasswd are, highlight their differences, and provide a step-by-step guide on how to use them to protect a directory.
ANSIBLE_DEBUG is an environment variable in Ansible that allows you to control the level of debug output generated during playbook execution. In this tutorial, we will explore the purpose of the ANSIBLE_DEBUG variable, how to set it up, and where to use it effectively.Continue reading “Understanding and Using the ANSIBLE_DEBUG Variable”
A Web Application Firewall (WAF) is a critical component in securing web applications against a variety of cyber threats. In this tutorial, we will delve into what a WAF is, its key features, and provide a step-by-step guide on how to use and configure it. We will also include examples of WAF rules to illustrate how they work.Continue reading “What is and how to implement a Web Application Firewall (WAF)”
Part 1: Discovering Applications on Port 80
1. Using Command Prompt
Open Command Prompt as an administrator. The
netstat command with the
find option can help identify processes using port 80.
X-Content-Type-Options HTTP header is a security feature that helps protect web applications from certain types of attacks, such as MIME-type sniffing. In this tutorial, we’ll explore how to use this header, with a focus on the
nosniff directive, along with code examples and discussions on security risks.
Performance testing is a critical aspect of ensuring that your APIs can handle a high volume of traffic without degradation in response times or reliability. In this tutorial, we will explore how to conduct load testing for your APIs using Postman and k6, an open-source load testing tool. We’ll cover everything from setting up the environment to running load tests with extended code examples.Continue reading “Load Testing APIs with Postman and k6: A Performance Testing Tutorial”