Archive for the tag 'SSL'



Oct 28 2021

SSL Versions Supported on my JVM

Published by under Java

SSL or TLS supported on a JVM can change depending on many things. Here are the many factors it depends on, and how to display which SSL versions are available and enabled on your JVM. Factors Affecting SSL Support SSL support depends first on your JDK version. TLS 1.0 and 1.1 are disabled on more […]

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Oct 09 2021

Auto Renew LetsEncrypt Certificates on Kubernetes

Published by under Kubernetes

Install cert-manager Cert-manager comes as a Helm chart with its own custom resources you can install on your Kubernetes cluster. It helps certificates automation, renewal and management. It is a MUST have when you deal with certificate providers who offer APIs that let you automate these processes. On the side, you’d better renew LetsEncrypt certificate […]

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Sep 24 2016

Reuse PFX Exchange / IIS Certificate on Apache Web Server

Published by under Apache,Exchange,Mail

While generating a Microsoft Exchange (or IIS web server) certificate, take the opportunity to add extra domain names and reuse it on Apache web servers. This will save you a few bucks and time, unless the CA provides a certificate for multiple platforms. PFX is a popular exchange format on Microsoft software such as Exchange […]

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Jun 11 2007

Mysql Traffic Encryption with OpenSSL

Published by under Freeradius,Mysql

This is related to Freeradius software but can be applied to any application that needs to encrypt Mysql traffic. Freeradius is compliant to Radius protocol characteristics, which give ability to accomplish various actions, such as authenticate users. Number of caveats have been found, not related to the software but to the protocol. Joshua Hill from […]

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