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comment CentOS 6.5 / OpenSSL 1.0.1g still showing vulnerable to Heartbleed
rpm -qf /usr/bin/openssl openssl-1.0.1e-19.el6.x86_64 I did not try to install from source, but, unfortunately, I cannot say if another admin did/didn't. Is there a 'safe' way to remove/install OpenSSL again?
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comment CentOS 6.5 / OpenSSL 1.0.1g still showing vulnerable to Heartbleed
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comment CentOS 6.5 / OpenSSL 1.0.1g still showing vulnerable to Heartbleed
which openssl /user/bin/openssl yum info openssl Name : openssl Arch : x86_64 Epoch : 1 Version : 1.0.1e Release : 19.el6
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comment Amazaon AWS EC2 taking ages to load
You could use the .net SDK from AWS to decrypt the password with your keypair as follows: string rsaPrivateKey; using (StreamReader reader = new StreamReader(@"c:\keypairs\beta.pem")) { rsaPrivateKey = reader.ReadToEnd(); } GetPasswordDataResult result = ec2Client.GetPasswordData( new GetPasswordDataRequest() .WithInstanceId(instanceId)).GetPasswordDataResult; Console.WriteLine(result.GetDecryptedPassword(rsaPrivateKey)); From here: forums.aws.amazon.com/thread.jspa?threadID=68395
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answered Advanced - and Automated - EC2 Management
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answered Where to store images users upload
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answered Amazaon AWS EC2 taking ages to load
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answered There is no SMTP option in my bugzilla
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comment Advanced - and Automated - EC2 Management
While I agree with the comments below, that the reserved instances might be best for your situation. If not, this should work... 1. Create you server, build your website, create an AMI. 2. Power off that server, spin up a new spot instance using that AMI. 3. Create new AMIs every N number of days via the API. 4. Setup CloudWatch to monitor that server, if it goes "away", spin up a new spot instance with a higher bid price.
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comment Windows Server 2008 R2 deathly slow in ESX 3.0.2
upgraded to vSphere. everything is working wonderfully.
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accepted Deleted SiteScope Alert still triggering
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comment Failing to create an IIS 7.5 worker process memory dump
The error I get is: Could not create dump file D:\blabla.dmp for process ID 66123. GetLastError returns 0x80070057
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