A comprehensive set of Puppet and Chef code for hardening servers. Includes code for base operating systems, ssh, mysql, postgresql, apache and nginx and supports Ubuntu, RedHat, Debian, Centos and Oracle.
Assist you in importing your self-signed certificate to your Android device:
After you enter the host name of your HTTPS site, its certificate will be extracted and shown to you. Possible mistakes that may prevent successful import will be detected and displayed. As soon as you have verified the certificate by its details and fingerprints, it will be exported into a .crt file. You can then simply import the certificate from the file with a few clicks.
NEW: Protect the ISPConfig Interface with .htaccess
We added a script that makes it easy to protect the ISPConfig Interface with a .htaccess
password protection. This script adds a apache password prompt in front of the ispconfig
Interface and exports all ispconfig client users into a .htpasswd file, so all client
logins will still work.
Run the following command as root user to activate the script:
A good post on the issue of security and linux containers (and docker in particular). Clearly explains the current differences between containers and virtualisation based on kernel subsystems and namespaces.
Streisand sets up a new server running L2TP/IPsec, OpenSSH, OpenVPN, Shadowsocks, Stunnel, and a Tor bridge. It also generates custom configuration instructions for all of these services. At the end of the run you are given an HTML file with instructions that can be shared with friends, family members, and fellow activists.
"Natürlich könnte man sich die Schlüssel nun irgendwie zuschicken, aber zum Glück braucht man das nicht. Es reicht, wenn man eine signierte Mail von einem anderen erhält. Jetzt weiß das Mail-Programm, dass dieser S/MIME kann und hat auch dessen öffentlichen Schlüssel."