Who wants to issue certificates manually if they can take Letsencrypt’s Certbot to the task.
TLS 1.3 and its implications for cyber security
The rise of Quantum computing and the cloud is rewriting the rules of what constitutes “encrypted” communications — with profound implications for the cyber security of our homeland.
“The cyber threat landscape is shifting in real-time, and we have reached a historic turning point,” said Kirstjen Nielsen, U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, in a recent statement. “It is clear that our cyber adversaries can now threaten the very fabric of our republic itself.”
Cybersecurity incidents and data breaches of recent years seem to provide evidence of an invisible warfare raging across the industrialized world with financial, energy and communications systems covertly under constant threat. At the same time, the dependence on data integrity and the reliability of critical infrastructures, particularly cyber physical systems in the military, is growing in importance by the day.
How to redirect all http to https in NGINX
When setting up https on an existing server, you need to provide a redirect for all those visitors arriving via http backlinks. Here is how to do this.
A quick guide to a solid DNS configuration using AWS Route 53 (and how to configure DNS using any other DNS service)
The most difficult thing about configuring the DNS settings for a domain is designing a plan of action: making up one’s mind about what kind of services you envision and how you want to route the traffic. Here’s a primer on how to configure DNS using Route 53 or any other service.
How to use rsync to transfer files and directories between hosts
The rsync utility can backup files, synchronize directory trees, and much much more, both on the local machine and between two different hosts—via push and pull. Here is how to tame it.
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