Category Archives: Plesk

Plesk (11) – Redirect Webmail to HTTPS

By default the webmail interfaces of Plesk is running unsecured on port 80.┬áThat’s bad, really bad (Shame on you Parallels!). There are some guides out there to fix that, but they are all wrong in my eyes. Some are made for old releases, others are changing stuff in files which are overwritten on update or regeneration of config files. But … Continue reading

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Find out the website causing high load on a Apache webserver

If you’re running an Apache webserver with many customer websites, there will be a time (sooner or later) where your server is flooded with a lot of page requests, causing a high CPU-load and memory usage. Specially if PHP or other scripting is used behind. Most of the time this is caused by a harmful script somewhere in the net. … Continue reading

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