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How to get HTTPS working on your local development environment in 5 minutes
"Almost any website you visit today is protected by HTTPS. If yours isn’t yet, it should be. Securing your server with HTTPS also means that you can’t send requests to this server from one that isn’t protected by HTTPS. This poses a problem for developers who use a local development environment because all of them run on http://localhost out-of-the-box."
webdevelopment  https  security  ssl  tls 
2 hours ago by garrettc
TLS Configuration: Cipher Suites and Protocols – David B. Templeton – Medium
Thoughtfully setting the list of protocols and cipher suites that a HTTPS server uses is rare; most configurations out there are copy-and-pasted from others’ guides or configuration generators…
ssl  configuration  ocsp  cipher  nginx  apache  tls  certificate  http  https 
yesterday by vrobin
How to Set Up Free SSL Certificates from Let's Encrypt using Docker and Nginx
How to Set Up Free SSL Certificates from Let's Encrypt using Docker and Nginx
certificates  docker  https  ssl 
yesterday by gvod
stunnel - Wikipedia
Another typical example is to use it to bypass an overly secure firewall: if one is on a LAN with no SSH access to the Internet, but the HTTPS protocol (port 443) is open, it is possible to encapsulate the SSH connection in HTTPS using stunnel.

https  linux  networking  security  tcp 
8 days ago by hellsten
SteveLTN/https-portal: A fully automated HTTPS server powered by Nginx, Let's Encrypt and Docker.
A fully automated HTTPS server powered by Nginx, Let's Encrypt and Docker. - SteveLTN/https-portal
webserver  https  nginx  docker 
8 days ago by HusseinMorsy
How HTTPS works - How HTTPS works
Follow the adventures of Certificat as she explains why HTTPS is crucial for the future of the internet and how it all works together in a comic.
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8 days ago by HusseinMorsy

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