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  10. wlanboy

    Questions about SSL Test

    I am using Qualys SSL Labs tests to check my ssl certificates and ssl configuration. Rating looks good but I do have some questions regarding the "open items". Chain issues: Contains anchor Looks like the "AddTrust External CA Root" certificate is "sent by server" and...
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    How To Force SSL Always Using HTACCESS

    If you want to force SSL everyone on your website just add these rules to a .htaccess file the htdocs (www) root of your webserver. Hint: This also works on subdomains, just put it in the root of the folder at which the subdomain is pointed to.
  13. eva2000

    First Nginx HTTP/2 Alpha Patch is here

    Heads up guys first Nginx HTTP/2 alpha patch is here Already updated Centmin Mod 123.09beta01 with this patch for Nginx HTTP/2. Note it removes SPDY module support so it's either HTTP/2 or SPDY not both :)
  14. MannDude

    How to: Force SSL sitewide with Nginx

    For those of you who run the Nginx webserver on your VPS and wish to force all visitors to access your site via SSL you can do this quite easily. Before the upgrade to IPB4, vpsBoard still ran site-wide https:// but the conversion was software based and wasn't forced by the web server (even...
  15. J

    Amazon Releases New Open Source Implementation of TLS Protocol

    More: Just a server implementation, as far as I can tell, not a client implementation. Still, good news.
  16. lbft

    Mozilla announces the death of unencrypted HTTP Mozilla has posted an announcement to their security blog that they are deprecating plain HTTP without encryption. They plan to do that by: Presumably nothing will happen until after Let's Encrypt's free certs are...
  17. A

    New SSL/TLS vulnerability

    It looks like the researchers are at it again with a new SSL/TLS vulnerability - CVE-2015-0204 or the FREAK attack. Naturally, details are available on the exploits website: 
  18. splitice

    Secured Data Storage

    After the GVH "hack" where Gov IDs were leaked I started working on this tutorial. It details a similar system to what we use to store client SSL certificates for the interface and deployment system. The system described is complex to setup, but does not compromise in security. If you store...
  19. fixidixi

    SHA-1 sunsetting

    Hy, I've just received the newsletter from namecheap about this one. As I've seen even vpsboard uses SHA-1 in the chain...
  20. fixidixi

    ssl for *.domain.tld pricerange

    Hy, I had an ssl cert for a few bucks for a year form alphassl. It was good for one domain and its subdomains like this: domain.tld *.domain.tld How should I reference those? :) //as ive seen all sorts of certs labeled as wildcard.. The other -important- question would be how much do...