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Load balancing Django
Benchmarks & Tips for Big Data, Hadoop, AWS, Google Cloud, PostgreSQL, Spark, Python & More...
load  balance  django  nginx  ssl  certificate  ansible  4* 
4 weeks ago by ianweatherhogg
Redirects with HTTPS - DNSimple Blog
Understanding how to properly configure redirects with HTTP and HTTPS sites.
http  ssl  nginx  directive 
5 weeks ago by ianweatherhogg
Limiting the risks of SSL certificate mis-issuance - DNSimple Blog
Learn about the most common techniques to protect against certificate mis-issuance and limit the impact of forged SSL certificates.
ssl  security 
5 weeks ago by ianweatherhogg
SSL/TLS certificate types — Simone Carletti
In this article I'll quickly explain the differences between the various SSL/TLS certificate types you may want to use to secure a website.
ssl  certificate  type  5* 
5 weeks ago by ianweatherhogg
Setup Let's Encrypt With Lighttpd on Ubuntu 16.04 - Vultr.com
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lighttpd  ssl  certificate 
6 weeks ago by ianweatherhogg
Using Let's Encrypt for internal servers - Philipp's Tech Blog
My name is Philipp C. Heckel and this is my tech blog. I mostly write about security, synchronization and scripting in the world of Linux, Java and PHP.
dns  ssl  certificate  self  vm  internal 
6 weeks ago by ianweatherhogg
What is HTTP/2 - The Ultimate Guide by Kinsta
This in-depth guide explains HTTP/2 for end-users and developers. From basic information to more advanced topics. Everything you need to know about HTTP/2.
http  two  security  ssl  binary  protocol  stream  5* 
6 weeks ago by ianweatherhogg
Automated Certificate Management | Heroku Dev Center
With Automated Certificate Management, Heroku automatically manages your TLS certificates for all apps that have Hobby and Professional dynos on the Common Runtime.
heroku  ssl  free  certificate 
8 weeks ago by ianweatherhogg
Using Let's Encrypt With NGINX
Quickly set up NGINX to use Let's Encrypt's free SSL certificates. Using them together is simple, but not as automated as it could be.
ssl  let  certificate 
december 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Running Nextcloud in a jail on FreeBSD | John Ramsden
I configured Nextcloud inside a FreeBSD jail in order to allow me access to files i might need while at University. I figured this would be a optimal solution for files that I might need access to unexpectedly, on computers where I am not in complete control. My Nextcloud instance is externally accessible, and yet if someone were to get inside my Jail, I could rest easy knowing they still didn’t have access to the rest of my host server. I chronicled the setup process including jail ...
next  cloud  ssl  certificate  encryption  php  email  5* 
november 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Setting Up an Email Server for the Direct Email Spooling Attack
This how-to guide demonstrates how easy it is to circumvent expensive email security solutions with simple open-source tools.
email  server  dns  postfix  smtp  ssl  certificate  dovecot 
october 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Hacking the Huawei HG655d
The Huawei HG655d is an obsolete ADSL modem. I found some vulnerabilities in its admin interface.
router  pen  test  security  ssl  ssh  5* 
october 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Getting TLS certificates with Letsencrypt and HAProxy | OpsTips
A guide on building and configuring HAProxy from scratch to achieve HTTPS with Letsencrypt certificates
haproxy  ssl  certificate  bot 
september 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Configuring HAProxy with HTTP2 support | OpsTips
HTTP2 support recently landed in HAProxy 1.8. Check out how to configure HTTP/2 support for HAProxy.
haproxy  http  two  ssl  certificate  generator  dns  host  wire  shark  tcp  dump  debug 
september 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Nginx HTTP2 Server Push | OpsTips
NGINX just added server push to mainline. Checkout a NGINX HTTP2 server push example using the latest code from source integrating with an HTTP1 Golang web server.
nginx  http  two  chrome  ssl  debug  wire  shark  pcap  5*  tcp  dump 
september 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Linux containers and HAProxy for many websites on one VPS | Serverwise
Instead of relying on Docker to host multiple websites on a single VPS, use native Linux containers (LXC) and a tiny reverse proxy for lightning speed.
lxc  container  linux  dns  web  page  multi  host  ssl  certificate  let  5*  haproxy 
august 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Let's Encrypt Tiny
I think all HTTP communication on the internet should be encrypted – and thanks to Let’s Encrypt, we are now much closer to this goal than we were two years ago. However, when I set up Let...
ssl  let  encryption  certificate 
july 2018 by ianweatherhogg
How to run on DD WRT with lighttpd · Neilpang/acme.sh Wiki
GitHub is where people build software. More than 28 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 85 million projects.
ssl  certificate  router  lighttpd 
june 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Using Lets Encrypt to secure cloud-hosted services like Ubiquiti's mFi, Unifi and Unifi Video
Updated Jul 31, 2016: Moved away from letsencrypt-auto and switched to certbot, updated the auto-renewal script, and changed the suggested cron time to weekl...
ssl  certificate  java  key  tool  amazon  router 
june 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Getting started with Let's Encrypt!
Let's Encrypt doesn't fully support HPKP yet so here's you can get started with Let's Encrypt and maintain your HPKP policy!
ssl  let  5*  encode  certificate 
may 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Introduction to Public-Key Cryptography - Archive of obsolete content | MDN
Public-key cryptography and related standards and techniques underlie the security features of many products such as signed and encrypted email, single sign-on, and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) communications. This document introduces the basic concepts of public-key cryptography. For an overview of SSL, see " Introduction to SSL." For an overview of encryption and decryption, see " Encryption and Decryption." Information on digital signatures is available from " Digital Signatures."</...
ssl  certificate  5* 
may 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Certificate Authority (CA) with OpenSSL
Tips for a Debian GNU/Linux System Administrator.
debian  open  ssl  certificate 
november 2017 by ianweatherhogg
Getting Started With Let's Encrypt - Jeff Bradberry
Let's Encrypt is a new certificate authority, run in a cooperative effort with the goal of making it easy for everyone to obtain and renew the certificates needed to enable secure encrypted connections for their domain. It's free to use, uses open standards and open source software, and provides certificates via a fully automated process. Major sponsors of Let's Encrypt include the Mozilla Foundation and the EFF. Let's Encrypt entered public beta on December 3rd, so there was no long...
ssl  certificate  free  nginx 
august 2017 by ianweatherhogg
Let's Encrypt With Let's Encrypt | Christian Charukiewicz
Chief Technology Officer, Computer Scientist, Engineer, Technologist, Linux User, UIUC Alumnus
free  ssl  certificate 
july 2017 by ianweatherhogg
Let’s Encrypt Everything – Setting up the Free, Automated CA | hobo.house
Let's Encrypt is a free, public SSL certificate authority (CA) you can use to generate and automate SSL certificate renewal.  I co-manage Trystack.org, a free OpenStack sandbox for the general public and our Horizon SSL certificate came up for expiration so we moved to Let's Encrypt.  Using EFF's certbot it's trivial to automate everything.  You…
ssl  certificate  free 
july 2017 by ianweatherhogg
libvirt: Windows support
libvirt, virtualization, virtualization API
windows  ssl  certificate  libvirt 
july 2017 by ianweatherhogg
robinhowlett/everything-ssl: A Spring Boot application to demonstrate two-way SSL (client certificates) with unit and integration tests
everything-ssl - A Spring Boot application to demonstrate two-way SSL (client certificates) with unit and integration tests
java  ssl  certificate 
july 2017 by ianweatherhogg
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