So basiclky yesterday I tried to use a self signed ssl using openssl but since creating it using the command
sudo openssl req -x509 -nodes -days 365 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout /etc/ssl/private/apache-selfsigned.key -out /etc/ssl/certs/apache-selfsigned.crt
most of myy things like nextcloud and...
I have my pi running debian buster. I set up a cloud with the subdomain cloud.example.com and a website as example.com. I installed SSL using certbot. It seems all to be working except that if I type http://www.example.com it doesn't rewrite to https://www.example.com. All other...
I installed mitmproxy using pip3. I ran it to get the certificate, installed the certificate on my android phone. I followed steps 1-4 of this guide to forward the necessary ports/ips and start up mitmproxy. I changed the default gateway of the network i'm connected to on my phone, to the ip of...
Apologies if I have posted this in the wrong section of the forum but I could not find anywhere else to post this. I am relatively new to nginx and have installed and configured it as a reverse proxy. All the virtual hosts I have set up thus far are working fine. The problem has arisen...
389 handshake failure for SSL2 SSL3 and tls1.2 and
636 fails for SSL2 and TLS1.2 but does connect on SSL3.
What does it take to create new certs and apply them for ports 389 and 636? < syntax?
Here is what I have
Any insight on getting the cert to be assigned to the 389 and...
I home-host my website and a few other services.
If I remotely connect to my server across the internet using SSH, this is on internal server Port 22 (via whatever external router port number I decide to configure).
If I have an SSL Security Certificate, it means I can serve web...
I recently read an article in the Fedora Magazine about LetsEncrypt entering Beta Testing. It seems awesome.
I'm going to try it soon.