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Setup SSL/TLS with F5 BigIP

F5’s BigIP is one of the world’s premier load balancing platforms. Under the BigIP umbrella, there are many product options which act as plugins to TMOS (the underlying linux-based operating system upon which BigIP is built). From a load balancing standpoint, the most common are LTM (Local Traffic Manager) which can act as a terminating or non-terminating proxy for SSL/TLS connections and GTM whi… [read more →]

How to use OPNSense as a Certificate Authority (CA)

OPNSense is a popular BSD-based routing and security appliance loved by many for its ease of use and vast feature set. Originally a fork of PFSense, OPNSense took the deliberate move to rearchitect certain components in the interests of pushing new features faster. OPNSense works incredibly well in a virtual environment, and indeed is a popular choice as the bedrock upon which a home lab can be… [read more →]

Micrsoft IIS-7 SSL Configuration and Installation Guide

Internet Information Services (IIS) is a flexible, general-purpose web server from Microsoft that runs on Windows systems to serve requested HTML pages or files. An IIS web server accepts requests from remote client computers and returns the appropriate response. This guide will show you how easily you can secure your server/website(s) hosted on the IIS 7 Web Server from Microsoft. Step 1:… [read more →]

Micrsoft IIS-8 SSL Configuration and Installation Guide

Internet Information Services (IIS) is a flexible, general-purpose web server from Microsoft that runs on Windows systems to serve requested HTML pages or files. An IIS web server accepts requests from remote client computers and returns the appropriate response. This guide will show you how easily you can secure your server/website(s) hosted on the IIS 8 Web Server from Microsoft. Step 1:… [read more →]

Micrsoft IIS-10 SSL Configuration and Installation Guide

Internet Information Services (IIS) is a flexible, general-purpose web server from Microsoft that runs on Windows systems to serve requested HTML pages or files. An IIS web server accepts requests from remote client computers and returns the appropriate response. This guide will show you how easily you can secure your server/website(s) hosted on the IIS 10 Web Server from Microsoft. Step 1:… [read more →]

Apache on Debian SSL Installation Guide

Apache is the most widely used web server in the world, powering more than 60% of all active websites on ther internet. It is an open-source software available for free which anybody can use to serve static or dynamic sites to userts. Debian, also known as Debian GNU/Linux, is a Linux distribution composed of free and open-source software. It is one of the oldest linux distro's and is widely used… [read more →]

Apache on Ubuntu SSL Installation Guide

Apache is the most widely used web server in the world, powering more than 60% of all active websites on ther internet. It is an open-source software available for free which anybody can use to serve static or dynamic sites to userts. Ubuntu is an Operating System based on Linux and is widely used worldwide by Developers, Students, Researchers and Engineers worldwide. It is preferred for its… [read more →]

A2 Hosting SSL Installation Guide

A2 Hosting, an industry leader is known for providing affordable, fast and reliable web hosting services to its customers all over the world. Whether you're an IT Pro or Average Joe, it does not matter, this guide will go through how almost anyone can easily configure and install an SSL Certificate on your website and check its installation on your server. Step 1: Generating a CSR and Private… [read more →]

CrazyDomains SSL/TLS Certificate Install. A Cheaper Option

Crazy domains is a well-known provider of Web Hosting and IT services in Australia, India and the Middle East. Crazydomains has disabled the cPanel SSL module, for no other reason than to try to force you to buy their overpriced SSL Certificates. This guide will go through how you can easily install an SSL certificate on your website through the Crazydomains hosting manager while at the same… [read more →]

Securing HomeAssistant on Debian

HomeAssistant is an extremely popular self-hosted platform for integrating with an impressively large selection of smart home devices. HomeAssistant allows users to create rules called “Automations” that trigger on various conditions and execute actions. HomeAssistant consists of two components, “SupervisorD” (which is typically run in a docker container) and the web interface itself. For those looking… [read more →]