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comment Keeping a Secret
A crypto device with serious functionality e.g. FIPS 140-2 level 2 have its' own operating system, and separation of duties. These devices are commonly called hardware security modules (HSMs) with PCI, pciE, USB, and network based form factors, or in the lower end side, smartcard/microSD based versions. If you are storing it in software on the filesystem the administrator would have access. You may be successful in moving the crypto functionality to TPM type of modules on some newer motherboards, e.g. download.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/sb/…
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comment Keeping a Secret
To securely store a private key, I would use a cryptographic device, and not store it on the filesystem. For low security uses, filesystem can be good enough though.
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comment Web server (IIS) and database mirroring (Postgresql)
You can have either both DBs at the same location, or 3 DBs, lets say West Coast A, B, and East Coast C? The DB location can be independent of the VM locations, if VMs are needed.
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comment How to throttle your own internet connection?
Above is more in the WYSIWG editor than true browser, unless tabbing... Database queries that are cached shouldn't be an issue dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/query-cache.html / I would be more concerned about slow AJAX though. The best tests are those that are most representative.
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