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Mar
19
revised DNS and SPF configuration for Microsoft Exchange
edited tags
Mar
19
revised DNS and SPF configuration for Microsoft Exchange
Changed formatting to include the original questions so the answer is a little easier to read. Rearranged a couple of paragraphs for flow.
Feb
10
revised Should we be installing Windows Security updates?
Topicality is a subject for Meta, not the main site.
Sep
12
revised where are the default ulimit values set? (linux, centos)
add link, explain it's new
May
22
revised Do unused application pools in IIS affect performance?
added 53 characters in body; edited title
May
15
revised Buy or Build systems?
added 2 characters in body
May
15
revised Rack Mount Servers - Build them or Buy them?
Canonize
May
12
revised Webserver failover with VMs on Two esxi 5.1
edited tags
May
12
revised What is the systemd equivalent of ntsysv?
Clarify question.
May
7
revised How can I allow specific addresses to send email?
edited title
May
6
revised Passing a private key to scp from the command line instead of a file
added 74 characters in body
May
2
revised How to hide a password passed as command line argument?
rolled back to a previous revision
May
1
revised Azure IO performance
deleted 847 characters in body
Apr
25
revised Verify OpenVPN is no longer vulnerable to Heartbleed
rolled back to a previous revision
Apr
17
revised How do I remove Apache if I installed it from the source tarball?
added 77 characters in body; edited title
Apr
9
revised heartbleed wiki description
Forklift this into something decent
Apr
9
revised heartbleed wiki excerpt
Forklift this into something decent
Apr
9
revised Do I have to update my snakeoil certificate after updating openssl (heartbleed)?
added 4 characters in body
Apr
9
revised Do I Need to Replace Keys for OpenSSH in Response to Heartbleed?
Clarify WHY OpenSSH is (probably) not vulnerable
Apr
9
revised Heartbleed: are services other than HTTPS affected?
Clarify what makes things vulnerable. e.g. OpenSSH uses OpenSSL, but not for TLS, therefore it's not vulnerable.