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mitmproxy - an interactive HTTPS proxy
mitmproxy is a free and open source interactive HTTPS proxy.
https  proxy  security  local  testing 
2 days ago by segfault
Can SO stop sending mails from now that it is on SSL?
Short answer: no. To avoid trusting their email sender provider with cookies, they can't send from their true domain.
email  HTTPS  security  web  crossSiteRequestForgery 
2 days ago by MaxBarraclough
Why Public Wi-Fi is a Lot Safer Than You Think | Electronic Frontier Foundation
If you follow security on the Internet, you may have seen articles warning you to “beware of public Wi-Fi networks" in cafes, airports, hotels, and other public places. But now, due to the widespread deployment of HTTPS encryption on most popular websites, advice to avoid public Wi-Fi is mostly out...
iconoclast  advertising  encryption  privacy  wifi  EFF  HTTP/S  HTTPS  internet  itp  safety 
10 days ago by unconsidered
HTTPS in the real world | Robert Heaton
In cryptography, trust is mathematically provable. Everything else is just faith.
crypto  encryption  https  security  ssl  tls  how-to  tutorial  blog 
11 days ago by bales
How does HTTPS actually work? | Robert Heaton
HTTPS is simply your standard HTTP protocol slathered with a generous layer of delicious SSL/TLS encryption goodness. Unless something goes horribly wrong (and it can), it prevents people like the infamous Eve from viewing or modifying the requests that make up your browsing experience; it’s what keeps your passwords, communications and credit card details safe on the wire between your computer and the servers you want to send this data to. Whilst the little green padlock and the let...
http  https  ssl  tutorial  how-to  blog  security 
11 days ago by bales
KeyChest - certificate expiry monitor and server status for HTTPS, TLS, Letsencrypt
KEYCHEST - certificate expiry control and monitoring for TLS, HTTPS, Letsencrypt
and intranet. Free personal use for 100 endpoints. HTTPS and fuzzing phishing awareness.
certificate  domains  expiration  expiry  https  management  monitor  monitoring  ssl  tls 
12 days ago by bales
Remove a single Certbot (LetsEncrypt) certificate from a server | Jeff Geerling
rm -rf /etc/certbot/archive/[sitename]/
rm -rf /etc/certbot/live/[sitename]/
rm -rf /etc/certbot/renewal/[sitename].conf
ssl  https  linux  certbot 
16 days ago by naveen

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