Very nice blog

Posted on Wed 30 May 2012 in Security • Tagged with Apache, http, SSH

Some time ago I wrote two articles about tunneling HTTP traffic through a SSH session or OpenVPN. This is useful if you need to secure your webtraffic in an untrusted network.

Today I found this blog:

You should review it, there are some nice articles. I …

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Converting certificates

Posted on Sun 18 December 2011 in Security • Tagged with Apache, Nginx, SSH, ssl

If you are running a webserver with https you maybe get a certificate for your site some times in a different format as you expect it.

The easiest way of converting the certificates is using the openssl tool.

For example if you get a certificate in .pfx format you can …

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Posted on Fri 22 April 2011 in Mac • Tagged with Apache, MySQL, PHP

image0If you wanna test web applications and don't have the time and experience in setting up a complete LAMP environment on Mac you should have a look at MAMP. It's a complete Apache, MySQL, PHP distribution with a small management gui.

Just install the package and start the MAMP application …

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