As we all know, the default behavior for transferring data is usually session based. NFS is also one of those protocols that will try to handle all the traffic through 1 session. On the client side you can manipulate this by using the nconnect option. This is available since linux kernel 5.3.
As a Ubuntu server 20.04 user I’m in luck, as it uses linux kernel version 5.4.
A few days ago I got a notice from the Let’s encrypt guys.
ACTION REQUIRED: Renew these Let's Encrypt certificates by March 4 We recently discovered a bug in the Let's Encrypt certificate authority code, described here: https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/2020-02-29-caa-rechecking-bug/114591
How do we manually remove website malware? As a webhoster (www.linix.eu) / website owner (schalley.eu), I daily face websites being compromised. It doesn’t matter how hard you try, it’s not really possible to reduce the chances of being hacked to 0.