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Oct
30
comment Disabled SSLv3 on Apache, but still using it to send to other websites?
I guess maybe I need to look up configuration for disabling it completely in OpenSSL's conf file (if it's the /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf file, I'll be confused, because I thought I already fixed that).
Oct
30
comment Disabled SSLv3 on Apache, but still using it to send to other websites?
The final protocol may be TLSv1.2, but because SSLv3 is still listed there it means that it could fallback to SSLv3. I haven't read documentation on how to absolutely prevent that from happening with either Apache or OpenSSL (and keep in mind that the ssl.conf file is under the Apache httpd folder, and it uses the CentOS default OpenSSL for it).
Oct
30
comment Disabled SSLv3 on Apache, but still using it to send to other websites?
Apache uses OpenSSL to handle SSL on our server (default CentOS 6.5 settings). Every document I've read said to go to /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf. httpd is Apache. I don't know how it all does what, all I know is the SSL conf file is in httpd, and it uses OpenSSL. So yes, I kind of assumed disabling it in the recommended conf file magically disabled it all the way around for anything applicable.
Oct
29
asked Disabled SSLv3 on Apache, but still using it to send to other websites?
Mar
6
asked Local file server needs root access to change permissions
Aug
12
comment Possible conflict in log rotate files with vhost? (CentOS)
Thanks, I'll see how that works. I set rotate 60 then tried the logrotate debug and it showed that it would save 60 different log files! Am I reading this right? Really I just want to save logs for 60 days.
Aug
11
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11
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Aug
11
asked Possible conflict in log rotate files with vhost? (CentOS)