Cyberattacks: 10 steps to protect your website

Every day, countless websites become the target of attacks. Many website operators do not care about the security of their pages, although this is an extremely important task. So that you don’t (anymore) become a target of such attacks, here is the most important information to prevent attacks.

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Private Bitbucket Repositories in Plesk

Private Bitbucket Repositories in Plesk? Plesk doesn’t seem to have permission? I’ll show you where the bug is and how to fix it. In order for Plesk to know that it is the owner of the private repository, SSH key pairs must be exchanged. The key must be in the Plesk and added to your […]

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Deploy Node.js App with Plesk

The Node.js App is finally ready! And now? You want to make the app available to the public? With Heroku or similar it works well, but then you have funny links. But we want to host the application on our server and deploy it on our own domain or subdomain. Here you can find out […]

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Install Nextcloud 16 within Plesk

Nextcloud is a free and free software for storing data. In short: Your own cloud on your personal server. I’ll show you here how to install Nextcloud 16 within Plesk.

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