Tag Archive: Transport Layer Security

Oct 26

How to: Move your NginX website to HTTPs / SSL

  How to: Move your NginX website to HTTPs / SSL It comes at no surprise that a lot of people are looking into moving their sites to HTTPs due to recent events: Google’s decision to give ranking points to sites that use SSL / HTTPs and eavesdropping by governments world wide. There are a number …

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May 07

Changes with NginX 1.7 – Low

Changes with NginX 1.7 Below are the list of changes from the 1.5.13 release of NginX to version 1.7. This is provided as reference only and was obtained from: http://nginx.org/en/CHANGES. This update includes several new Features so updating to this version is not considered urgent/critical. Changes with nginx 1.7.0 24 Apr 2014 *) Feature: backend SSL certificate verification. *) …

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May 04

How to: Improve SSL performance on NginX

How to: Improve SSL performance on NginX You would be surprised but a lot of people face SSL performance issues when using NginX. I recently deployed SPDY over SSL for my sites and came to realize that SPDY was in fact much slower than using standard HTTP. I proceeded to leave SSL alone and see …

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Mar 13

Resolved: Zemanta Editorial Assistant issues with https/SSL

Resolved: Zemanta Editorial Assistant issues with https/SSL One of the main reasons why I had left my admin panel open to server non-ssl requests was that Zemanta Editorial Assistant would not work properly behind HTTPS. I did some looking around and found that the same scripts were being sent over to the browser so I …

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Feb 13

BSD General Commands Manual: SCP

SCP(1) BSD General Commands Manual SCP(1) NAME         scp — secure copy (remote file copy program) SYNOPSIS         scp [-12346BCpqrv] [-c cipher] [-F ssh_config] [-i identity_file] [-l limit] [-o ssh_option] [-P port] [-S program] [[[email protected]]host1:]file1 … [[[email protected]]host2:]file2 DESCRIPTION         scp copies files between hosts on a …

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Feb 12

Changes with NginX 1.4.5

Changes with NginX 1.4.5 Below are the list of changes from the 1.4.4 release of NginX to stable version 1.4.5. This is provided as reference only and was obtained from: http://nginx.org/en/CHANGES   Changes with nginx 1.4.5 11 Feb 2014 *) Bugfix: the $ssl_session_id variable contained full session serialized instead of just a session id. Thanks to …

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Feb 12

Changes with NginX 1.5.10

Changes with NginX 1.5.10 Below are the list of changes from the 1.5.9 release of NginX to version 1.5.10. This is provided as reference only and was obtained from: http://nginx.org/en/CHANGES   Changes with nginx 1.5.10 04 Feb 2014 *) Feature: the ngx_http_spdy_module now uses SPDY 3.1 protocol. Thanks to Automattic and MaxCDN for sponsoring this work. *) Feature: …

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Dec 21

Custom NginX Distribution – Available Packages

Custom NginX Distribution – Available Packages As part of the custom NginX distribution available on this site, there are a few packages you can chose from depending on your needs that can be deployed. Below is the list of packages, additional information and description: Different packages available: Package: nginx Architecture: all Depends: nginx-full | nginx-light, This …

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Dec 21

Changes with NginX 1.5.8

Changes with NginX 1.5.8 Below are the list of changes from the 1.5.7 release of NginX to version 1.5.8. This is provided as reference only and was obtained from: http://nginx.org/en/CHANGES   Changes with nginx 1.5.8 17 Dec 2013 *) Feature: IPv6 support in resolver. *) Feature: the “listen” directive supports the “fastopen” parameter. Thanks to Mathew Rodley. *) …

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Dec 13

How to: Install the NewRelic Server Monitoring agent on Ubuntu

How to: Install the NewRelic Server Monitoring agent on Ubuntu NewRelic is a company that offer monitoring services for all your web applications. It has support for a wide variety of technologies, primarily does centered around web applications/sites. In order to install the NewRelic Server Monitoring agent on an Ubuntu box simply follow these instructions: …

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