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Secured MySQL with Phpmyadmin on Ubuntu 22.04 by Eternal

Secured MySQL with Phpmyadmin on Ubuntu 22.04 by Eternal

By: Eternal Latest Version: Version 1.0.0

Product Overview

This is a repackaged open-source software product wherein additional charges apply for customization. Ensuring robust security is paramount in the digital landscape, and our configured Amazon Machine Image (AMI) featuring MySQL and PHPMyAdmin on Amazon EC2 stands as a fortress against unauthorized access and potential cyber threats. This meticulously designed AMI represents the latest advancements in database management, coupled with stringent security measures to safeguard your valuable data and infrastructure. With an emphasis on fortifying your database environment, our AMI is configured to thwart anonymous attacks and unauthorized access attempts. This is achieved through a multi-layered security approach that includes robust security algorithm settings, and the implementation of industry best practices for secure database administration. To fortify against anonymous attacks, this AMI incorporates advanced security protocols, These mechanisms ensure that only authorized users with the requisite credentials can access the database, significantly reducing the risk of unauthorized entry or malicious activities. Furthermore, our AMI is designed to mitigate common security vulnerabilities by staying updated with the latest patches, security fixes, and version upgrades for MySQL and PHPMyAdmin. Continuous monitoring and proactive security updates help maintain a hardened environment, resilient against emerging threats. Encryption plays a pivotal role in safeguarding sensitive data, and our AMI employs robust encryption mechanisms at rest and in transit.


Version 1.0.0


Operating System

Linux/Unix, Ubuntu 22.04

Delivery Methods

  • Amazon Machine Image

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