JShielder- Hardening Script for Linux Servers - Secure LAMP-LEMP Deployer

JShielder:-- Hardening Script for Linux Servers/ Secure LAMP-LEMP Deployer/ CIS Benchmark.

JSHielder is an Open Source Bash Script developed to help SysAdmin and developers secure there Linux Servers in which they will be deploying any web application or services. This tool automates the process of installing all the necessary packages to host a web application and Hardening a Linux server with little interaction from the user. Newly added script follows CIS Benchmark Guidance to establish a Secure configuration posture for Linux systems.

This tool is a Bash Script that hardens the Linux Server security automatically and the steps followed are:

1. Configures a Hostname
2. Re-configures the Timezone
3. Updates the entire System
4. Creates a New Admin user so you can manage your server
safely without the need of doing remote connections with
5. Helps user Generate Secure RSA Keys, so that remote
access to your server is done exclusive from your local PC
and no Conventional password
6. Configures, Optimize and secures the SSH Server
(Some Settings Following CIS Benchmark)
7. Configures IPTABLES Rules to protect the server from
common attacks
8. Disables unused FileSystems and Network protocols
9. Protects the server against Brute Force attacks by
installing a configuring fail2ban
10. Installs and Configure Artillery as a Honeypot,
Monitoring, Blocking and Alerting tool
11. Installs PortSentry
12. Install, configure, and optimize MySQL
13. Install the Apache Web Server
14. Install, configure and secure PHP
15. Secure Apache via configuration file and with installation of
the Modules ModSecurity with the OWASP
ModSecurity 16. Core Rule Set (CRS3), ModEvasive,
Qos and SpamHaus
17. Secures NginX with the Installation of ModSecurity
NginX module and the OWASP ModSecurity Core Rule
Set (CRS3)
18. Installs RootKit Hunter
And many more.


LEMP Deployment with ModSecurity and the OWASP ModSecurity Core Rule Set (CRS3)

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