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awarded  Custodian
Apr
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reviewed Approve Proftpd TLSRequired resulting in “550 SSL/TLS required on the data channel” error
Apr
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comment Reuse letsencrypt dns challenge
Well, if the dns record was bound to the account key, no one without the account key could request another key. If domain ownership changed, there wouldn't be a matching dns record for the account key anymore, making this secure for this scenario aswell. Am I incorrect on this?
Apr
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Apr
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asked Reuse letsencrypt dns challenge
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Mar
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accepted Restrict rsync over ssh read only / only copy from remote host
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answered Restrict rsync over ssh read only / only copy from remote host
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asked Restrict rsync over ssh read only / only copy from remote host
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answered How to find other end of unix socket connection?
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accepted ansible with_items don't print whole item
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comment ansible with_items don't print whole item
@UdithaDesilva Great idea! Thank you!
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Feb
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comment linux ssmtp error Cannot open smtp.gmail.com:587
ssmtp does NOT verify the SSL/TLS certificate of the remote server on the current debian, ubuntu and redhat releases and also does NOT verify the hostname of the certificate. This is a major issue, as this effectively renders the encryption useless and your password is being transmitted alike to being plaintext and anyone can sniff it. ssmtp has had no active development since atleast 2009. So, if you care about the security of the email account you use for your servers outgoing emails, do NOT use ssmtp, but postfix (or something else) instead: unix.stackexchange.com/a/118101/72087
Feb
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accepted ansible find patterns on single line?