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Simple Windows SMTP relay

In a recent post I mentioned that I had survived an Office 365 migration with only minimal scarring. We run HPE Content Manager which is "Enterprise Software". Just like the large government agencies that Content Manager is designed for it's big, slow, resistant to change, expensive, bureaucratic but yet incredibly …

Adding subject alternative name to certificate request

This is another note to self, I must have done this 20 or 30 times over the years but I can never remember exactly how.

The easiest way I've found to add subject alternate names to certificate requests is to add two lines at the end of /etc/ssl/openssl …

Setting up mailpile on Debian 8 Jessie for remote access

I've never yet found a mail client that I really love. Outlook is ok in corporate environments. Gmail is probably the best I've used but I'm trying to move away from Google and free 3rd party hosted solutions. Roundcube is pretty good, I'm not a fan of PHP but most …

StartSSL launches StartEncrypt

Let's Encrypt has been shaking things up in the Certification Authority world. Let's Encrypt certificates are free, automated and easy to install. They have been gaining market share like crazy. Some CA's have reacted to their loss of market share in interesting ways.

Let's Encrypt are not perfict, but they …

Setting up FreeRADIUS to secure your WiFi

This is the last in a three part series of posts on; Setting up a personal Certification Authority, Securing Apache with Client Certificates, and Setting up FreeRADIUS to secure your WiFi.

If you have followed the first tutorial you should have a .pem encoded Certification Authority Certificate and a .p12 …

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