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Jul
13
revised Restrict a Linux user to the files he owns
edited tags
Jun
27
answered Manage SSH Users with MySQL backend
Jun
12
comment enforce password length on ubuntu with pam_cracklib
What is in /etc/pam.d/passwd?
Jun
12
revised enforce password length on ubuntu with pam_cracklib
edited tags
May
4
answered How to hide a password passed as command line argument?
Apr
15
awarded  Good Answer
Apr
13
comment Can NetApp Snapshots be used as Backups?
As you stated in the question itself, you already realize that snapshots are not a copy of the data. That's why SnapMirror is needed. So why are you asking about snapshots rather than whether snapshot+SnapMirror is a valid backup mechanism?
Apr
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
11
answered Heartbleed: What is it and what are options to mitigate it?
Apr
8
answered Heartbleed: What is it and what are options to mitigate it?
Apr
6
answered Apache2 - 301 Redirect when missing “/” at the end of directory in the url
Mar
31
comment Did you see similar icmp ever?
What does the output of traceroute look like?
Mar
11
reviewed Edit installing a script as startup service in ubuntu
Mar
11
revised installing a script as startup service in ubuntu
Added explanation
Mar
11
reviewed Reviewed MySQL seems to ignore --host argument
Mar
11
reviewed Reviewed Managing Virtual Machine Update and Distribution - Doing It Wrong?
Mar
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on TCP Statistics for IPv6
Mar
11
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Odd TCP termination sequence
Mar
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Apache 403 Error - where is the fault?
Jan
28
comment Is it bad to redirect http to https?
@AdamDavis The crypto algorithm may be lightweight, but the handshake overhead still exists. Also, HTTPS prevents HTTP proxies from caching your content. In most cases, the overhead of HTTPS is minimal and worthwhile, but be careful about over-generalizing.