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comment Mail clients having trouble connecting via TLS -
Which version of Outlook on what version of Windows?
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comment Mail clients having trouble connecting via TLS -
So what makes you think the connection doesn't work?
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comment How to perform a clean Install of Windows XP SP3 or Windows 7 SP1 in an environment full of virus?
Unplug the cable that is located between the PC being installed and the network that is infected.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Add remote host to known_hosts file without prompt
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on HAProxy RTMP (TCP) load balancing
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comment Configure adapter setting to add loopback IP address to the list of DNS servers
Welp. Not sure what to say then, sorry.
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comment Configure adapter setting to add loopback IP address to the list of DNS servers
I'm no expert on AD, so I'd look into the potential side effects, but glad it helped you out.
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comment Configure adapter setting to add loopback IP address to the list of DNS servers
If you do not use IPv6, have you thought about disabling it? If not, have you tried doing as the error message indicates and putting the IPv6 of another name server first rather than ::1 ?
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comment Firefox v33 DNS CNAME Translation
How are you determining that this is related to CNAMEs?
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comment How to make NGINX redirect from http to https?
Yes, the return statement can be part of the main block for this kind of global redirect.
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comment How to make NGINX redirect from http to https?
Note that the location block isn't strictly required here.
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comment In response to the OpenSSL Poodle vulnerability should I disable SSLv3?
Yeah @Adam, you're right, the question changed a bit since I put that comment there. For a large quantity of browsers, OSes and websites out there, disabling SSLv3 is okay, but that doesn't take into account a really large number of devices or other services that don't meet these criteria.
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comment In response to the OpenSSL Poodle vulnerability should I disable SSLv3?
No, otherwise people wouldn't suggest to do it. Unless, of course, the only protocol you allow is SSLv3, but that would be uncommon.
Oct
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comment Automatic postgres backup
You're right, I googled the wrong thing. My main concern wasn't that, anyway, it was about suggesting an answer that's not really what the user asked 5 years afterwards. However, after reading the other answers, they also seem to suggest similar back up solutions so I guess it isn't that bad. My flag will probably be declined and we'll call it a day :D
Oct
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comment Automatic postgres backup
I'll let the moderators decide, but I believe resurrecting 5 years old questions to plug commercial products is bad form here.
Oct
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comment POODLE: SSLv3 vulnerability (CVE-2014-3566) with Apache24 on FreeBSD-9.2
Yeah, I think you need -SSLv2 otherwise it uses all of them. I'll bookmark this question and clean it up later so it's not confusing to other readers. I'll make sure to include both the SSL thing and the fact that you had that module thing to fix.
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revised POODLE: SSLv3 vulnerability (CVE-2014-3566) with Apache24 on FreeBSD-9.2
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answered POODLE: SSLv3 vulnerability (CVE-2014-3566) with Apache24 on FreeBSD-9.2
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comment POODLE: SSLv3 vulnerability (CVE-2014-3566) with Apache24 on FreeBSD-9.2
Also, the mozilla documentation suggests to do as Xavier pointed out.