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  1. #16
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    To prevent such attacks, host based intrusion prevention system (HIPS) is implemented. This protects your VPS from brute-force attacks.

  2. #17
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    If you are facing brute force on common port then it is a better idea to change it to non standard port. Like default RDP port is 3389, you can change it some other port which will make it more secure. Always use strong and uncommon password (you should include lower and upper case with numerical and special symbol with minimum length of 10 characters). You can also setup rule in firewall so that your VPS can be accessed by particular IP(if you have static IP).

    the easiest part is to go for Managed services. There are providers like AccuWeb Hosting who provides Fully Managed SSD Windows VPS.

  3. #18
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    The best thing is to set a strong password, change the default port of your VPS so it becomes difficult for other to attack.
    You can even add rules in firewall so that only you can access your VPS(static IP is mandatory),
    If you are using a control panel like cPanel/WHM then you can manage firewall and set rules from there.
    You can also check out blog as how to secure your cPanel server or go for a managed SSD VPS.

  4. #19
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    You can take underneath activities for securing the VPS -
    1. Introduce antivirus
    2. Arrange the firewall.
    3. Refresh the introduced programming and fix the contents on server.
    4. Change the root secret key of you VPS intermittently.
    5. Try not to get to the database with root get to.
    6. Square the malevolent IP address and once in a while nations as well,

  5. #20
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    Main few things to consider while securing VPS hosting involves

    1. Audit your server
    2. Keep everything updated
    3. Make backups often
    4. Make sure SSH config is secure
    5. Remain vigilant against security threats.

  6. #21
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    Create an Action Plan in Advance. ...
    Monitor Traffic Levels. ...
    Pay Attention to Connected Devices. ...
    Ensure You Have Extra Bandwidth. ...
    Train Your Customers On Security. ...
    Set up Secured VPS Hosting. ...

  7. #22
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    well if you are having a Linux VPS with cPanel/WHM then you can just follow the article - 15 Easy Tips For Securing a cPanel server.
    AccuWeb Hosting - Best Windows VPS Provider

  8. #23
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    There are some major points to protect your vps server hosting.
    Audit your server.

    Keep everything updated, and make backups often.
    Make sure your SSH configuration is secure.
    Remain vigilant against the most common security threats.
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  9. #24
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    You can secure by following 5 steps:
    1Audit your server.
    2.By checking backups and keep updated everything.
    3.Keep secure your SSH configuration.
    4.Remain Vigilance against computer security.

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