1. Overview Hardening is the process of securing a system by reducing its surface of vulnerability. We will show you how to reduce available ways of attack this includes enabling FIPS mode, changing the default password, encrypting configuration passwords, limiting SSL Protocols and Ciphersuites, replacing Certificates, setting a bootloader password, disable root access with SSH root, securing the MySQL/MariaDB Databases, setting Firewall rules and resetting RCDevs Virtual Appliance root password… Please consider carefully which of these settings are relevant for your use.
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1. Overview This guide will show how to set up the email settings for sending MAIL OTP or getting email alerts. If one needs to change or to add Localized Message then navigate to the following documentation Message Templates. 2. Configure Mail Server SMTP mail servers can be used by WebADM for sending emails. Therefore add your mail server settings in the following configuration file /opt/webadm/conf/servers.xml. If no server is specified, WebADM will use the local mailer in /usr/sbin/sendmail to send emails.