Let’s Encrypt has recently started supporting wildcard certificates using its new ACME2 protocol. This means that you can have a single wildcard certificate like *.asknetsec.com and use it on all the other sub-domains like blog.askenetsec.com, email.asknetsec.com.
This makes is very easy to manage certificates for different sub-domains. Until now each sub-domain needed its own certificate generated for the specific sub-domain.
Continue reading How To Generate Let’s Encrypt Free Wildcard Certificate Using Certbot on Ubuntu 16.04
Another shameless Copy/Past post…
Here are a few ways to find out which Linux distro you are using :
Continue reading How To Know Which Linux Distribution You Are Using?
Note: I shamelessly copied the whole post Steve Jenkins his blog, due to it being offline and requiring a safe place for this info…
As with all UBNT products, the EdgeMAX EdgeRouter products are not consumer-targeted devices. Ubiquiti makes business-classhardware only… so setting up most of their devices takes at least “pro-sumer” level ability. And with their EdgeRouter products, I recommend some network admin experience via the Linux command line (and at least a quick glance at their EdgeOS CLI Primer).
But if that’s you, and you’re sick of your browser warning you about an invalid certificate when you access your EdgeRouter admin interface, here’s the easy way to install your own custom SSL certificate on an EdgeRouter.
Continue reading Install an SSL Certificate on a Ubiquiti EdgeMAX EdgeRouter
Gerry aka Kentonyte is streaming our cup tonight
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In holland we have the urge to look if our day is already over.
We even have dedicated websites to check if its already 5 o’clock, 17:30 of ‘Weekend’
This ofcourse with very basic html scripts. Since i like to have easy access, it’s time to host them myself.
‘Is het al 5 uur ?‘
‘Is het al half 6 ?‘
‘Is het al weekend ?‘
And other best known variation is
‘Is het al tijd voor bier ?‘