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Even if it's just a tiny computer - as soon as he hangs on the Internet, it is at risk and may be subject to attacks.
To avoid that you would have look through every log file, out from which IP the attack ran out and then lock this IP by hand using iptables as beschriben in this post Reduce Spam in Wordpress by blocking IP-Addresses with iptables
After a few more gray hairs and a number of curses I have finally managed to link my cloud via WebDAV over SSL as a network drive in Windows.
The main problem was the self-signed certificate.
On Windows the certificate needs to be installed and declared to be safe.
Finally these steps worked for me.
In most cases, it is also advisable to install a Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) on your server to enable him to send mails itself.
Why is this useful?
However, you should be very careful with the configuration so that the own server is not abused by spammers.
Maybe I'm romantically transfigured and / or simply out of date, but I have something against the fact that everyone who writes an app for my phone, wants to have nearly unrestricted access to all my data. Especially if those who have written the app, are a stock company and need to generate money.
That there are other ways, shows this app, that I would like to introduce here: Tinfoil for Facebook, developed by Daniel Velazco.
If you have installed Baikal (see article Baikal with Nginx and https ) you can start to synchronize its data.
Sync Calendar Data with Lightning
Lightning is an add-on for Mozilla Thunderbird and expands the e-mail application with a calendar and scheduling tool. More information about Lightning can be found on the page from Mozilla: Using the Lightning Calendar Add-on.
How a url forwarding works with the Apache server, I have described in this article .
However, I have now switched to Nginx, a small, sleek, and very high-performance alternative to the flagship Apache - so it better suited for a Raspberry, a Beaglebone or a Cubieboard. But NGinX has no .htaccess-files. Forwardings are there - like everything else - set in the server configuration.
As Dyn.org announced that they would soon stop the free service, I had to move to a new address with this little WordPress-Site.
I ended up with SPDNS and I'm very happy with it. But while moving I had two problems:
The Apache Web Server offers the possibility to run multiple web-sites with different hosts simultaneously. The pages www.MeineSeite.de and www.Beispiel.de can therefore run on the same server and Apache. A requirement for this is that every host is connected to a virtual host in Apache.
On Linux (Debian/Ubuntu) virtual hosts are defined in the directory /etc/apache2/sites-available/. By default there is already one file named default created for one virtual host. It might look like this.
Dyn stops its free service.
I've chosen Spdns as an alternative. A service of Secure Point GmbH .
One may invest up to 5 hosts there and can choose between several top-levels-domains.
Registration is simple and straightforward and requires only a username/password and an email-address for submission.
You can reach the service at spdns.de .
The only problem was that my router has no way to deal with this service.