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revised Where's a browser that supports weak encryption (such as SSL3, RC4, …)?
hopefully more site compliant now
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comment Where's a browser that supports weak encryption (such as SSL3, RC4, …)?
Thanks, I'll try that. Even to update or replace the appliance I'd need to access the original thing first, for example to export the configuration
Aug
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asked Where's a browser that supports weak encryption (such as SSL3, RC4, …)?
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comment Running a cronjob with different parameters each day
Absolutely +1 for the way you manage option sequentiality across "list edits".
Aug
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comment Best practice for 24 Disk Array
The problem with RAID 5 rebuilds is less the time it takes to complete but rather the amount of data that needs to be read (namely: all data of the surviving disks) without a single unrecoverable read error:
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comment What are the file name limitations in an FTP path?
But as it's a <1000 RFC, does character string mean justASCII character string?
Jul
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comment Some DNS servers in the world giving wrong IP address for our domain?
I didn't even know that registrars would accept a registration with all NS in the same C!?
Jul
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comment Find out which certificates cause a certificate revocation list check
Thank you for the edited response, but that allows me to see which certs are potentially checked. I'd like to see which are actually checked. As in: Are the clients decrypting old mail? Or are they running an old piece of signed software?
Jul
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revised Find out which certificates cause a certificate revocation list check
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comment Find out which certificates cause a certificate revocation list check
The certificates were migrated to the new CA. In fact the new CA has in its database even ten year old expired certificates from the old CA, which are but certainly not in use anywhere any more. This doesn't change the fact that the issued certificates themselves contain a pointer to the URL where their CRL should be fetched from and that of course contains the obsolescent hostname.
Jul
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comment IIS on Domain Server, Cannot Access To Website from Remote
With "locally" do you mean from the server itself or from the same LAN segment?
Jul
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asked Find out which certificates cause a certificate revocation list check
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comment 'Slow down' A DHCP server on purpose
You are speaking of different VLANs. So how is this a problem at all?
Jun
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comment how to remove .php extension using htaccess on godaddy linux hosting
Can # occur in a request at all?
Jun
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comment Is it really secure to connect to a server by SSH from hotels during a journey?
Actually, this answer applies to any situation where you want to ssh to a remote server and any part of the path is not under your full control (so practically anything apart from ssh-ing to a freshly installed localhost or over a cross-link cable)
Jun
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comment Can I use different certifcates for www and Exchange?
These are differnt hostnames hosted on different servers - so there is not more conflict between your two certificates as there is between your certificate and the certificate of security.stackexchange.com or gmail.com
Jun
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comment email (Exchange) issues due to lack of RDNS
@AlexManley Well 2x /22 is certainly "large enough" in this context - after all that's 8 class-C blocks (and more than any ISP could have obtained from RIPE since 2012, don't know about the other regions). As far as I remember (but I may be wrong), the IPv4 registrars (RIPE, APNIC, ...) would quite strongly suggest that you setup rDNS for these /24 blocks. Anyway you really should (cf. AndrewB's excellent answer) cause mail servers are the first (but not the last) that complain about the lack of rDNS ...