how to protect server using windows OS from h

January 18, 2011 at 00:52:41
Specs: Windows Server
we have set up 1 server using windows server 2003 to our client who used one of our system/products. recently the server had been hacked and there was some changes on their website. so the question is, how and what can i use to prevent this thing from happening again in the future. pls proposed some ideas for both hardware and software.


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January 18, 2011 at 02:51:28
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January 19, 2011 at 07:50:01
thanks for the reply...

will try to do that...
anyway, i have another question that i need some answer from the expert.
i have this dell poweredge r300 server that i used and it have 2 separate SATA HDD each with 160 GB....
my concern was this server don't have any back up if let say the HDD is down.
so how can i make one of the HDD as a back up to the other HDD.
let say the 1st HDD is in active mode while the 2nd is in standby mode and ready to be UP if the 1st HDD is down. something like failover mode.
can i do that with HDD? if can please explain on how can i do that configuration?
your prompt response is highly appreciated.

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