It is important that you integrate Google AdSense with your Google Analytics account as you will then be able track the ad performance (CTR, CPM, revenue, etc.) of individual pages of your site without having to create AdSense channels.
You are maintaining two separate Google Accounts – your first Google Account (say email@example.com) is configured with AdSense while the other account (say firstname.lastname@example.org) is associated with Google Analytics.
How do you then link these two accounts so that you can track AdSense and Analytics data from the same dashboard?
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The case if you need to run scripts or commands at certain intervals of time, you have two options: Use a cron job Use a infinite loop with sleep in the scrpt itself So what is the better option in termsContinue reading… cron vs sleep which is better ?
I needed a way to find labels based on the text that they contained.? I thought about using :contains() for this, but in this particular case the text items I was searching on were names and I could have similar names that :contains() could incorrectly match on.? For instance, if I was searching for “School, Tim” and there was an item with the text “School, Timothy” I would get both items returned.? This is not the behavior I was looking for.
Fail2ban is installed as part of the target environment(Ubuntu), the container remains independent. However, to interpret the filters Fail2ban must have access to the container log files.
The following example shows Fail2ban, Docker Host, and Container on an Ubuntu server with iptables. Fail2ban should monitor and protect the SSH accesses to the Ubuntu server and the HTTP accesses to the Docker container.
Fail2ban helps protect a server from brute force and Deny-Of-Services (DOS) attacks.
Fail2ban is developed in Python language
Fail2ban analyzes the logs of the server when it detects several unsuccessful connection attempts it will put in place actions that you will have defined such as blocking the IP address or send alert email
Fail2Ban is based on a system of jails that can be set, enabled or disabled in a simple configuration file (/etc/fail2ban/jail.conf)