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It’s time for our second monthly edition of the Plesk quiz. Here to challenge your knowledge and see how you stack up against your peers. But mostly, to check if we’re doing alright in making sure you get the most of what we can offer. So today, we’ll be testing how much you know about Plesk Onyx Security.
Plesk Onyx Security Features and Tools
How well can you manage security of your Plesk server and protect it from common types of attacks? Maybe you know that we have an entire Security section inside our extension catalog for you to use. Including Let’s Encrypt to issue free SSL certificates and protect connections to your sites, Plesk interface, and mail server.
Plus, we’ve got robust in-built tools in order to enhance Plesk panel security. Like Web Application Firewall (ModSecurity), which protects sites and web applications from attacks. And Fail2Ban for brute-force protection via IP address banning. Are you on top of it all? Then get ready to test your Plesk Onyx Security basics and more.
Plesk Onyx Security Quiz
Boom – 14 questions below, just for you. Select your answers to get your score (and no cheating!).
How did you do?
Finally, how was it? Got the score you thought you would? Did you get close but aren’t quite there yet? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter or Facebook. You’ll see how your peers found the challenge.
Think you can do better yet? Fortunately, there’s a free Plesk University course, dedicated to learning more about Plesk Onyx Security. There may be something you’re missing.
First, hit the button below to get the course. Then complete it for a certificate. Are you new to Plesk University? Then sign up first in a couple of clicks and hit “Get this Course”.