At 9:30 PM last week, my infrastructure received a denial of service attack. The infrastructure hosts this blog, my wifes blog, my wifes eCommerce store and some work-in-progress projects that I'm preparing to release. In addition, it also hosts a VPN for when I'm on the go, a few staging environments, my media

I’ve been a long time user of Debian to run my stack, and it’s been pretty resilient on my small websites. Alas, as my websites grow in traffic I wanted something to provide more security and isolation, while offering individual limitations for non-priority resources. I first spotted Cloudlinux when researching shared hosting isolation, and

I've been experimenting with NoMachine since yesterday to see how it holds it. So far it's been a successful test on my local machine, and I can easily connect to remote machines. Pros Latency? What latency! Generally, you don't notice much if any latency when using NoMachine, just like you'd expect from Remote Desktop