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Let's Encrypt - Free SSL/TLS Certificates
Let’s Encrypt is a free, automated, and open Certificate Authority.
ssl  tls  certificate  security  encryption  free 
5 days ago by aeng
Retrieving an Active Directory Certificate (Sun Java System Identity Synchronization for Windows 6.0 Installation and Configuration Guide)
"To Retrieve an Active Directory Certificate using LDAP

Execute the following search against Active Directory:

ldapsearch -h CR-hostname -D administrator_DN -w administrator_password
-b "cn=configuration,dc=put,dc=your,dc=domain,dc=here" "cacertificate=*"

Where the administrator_DN might look like:

activedirectory  tls  ca  cacert  ssl  certificate  ldap 
10 days ago by anl
How To Secure Consul with TLS Encryption on Ubuntu 14.04 | DigitalOcean
"Consul is a service discovery tool that can be used to easily discover and keep track of the health of various services throughout your infrastructure. You can use consul to manage your services and maintain a distributed checking system to make sure you can respond when applications or servers go down.

In the last guide, we focused on getting a production-ready environment up and ready. This included creating configuration files that would be read at boot and upstart scripts to actually initiate the services.

This took us most of the way to our final base configuration, but we did not completely secure our configuration yet. We implemented a simple shared secret solution, which very easily encrypts our gossip protocol.

However, the RPC communication is still completely unencrypted at this point. To solve this problem, consul natively supports TLS encryption, which we will be focusing on in this guide. To implement this, we will have to create a certificate authority and sign and distribute keys to our nodes."
tls  consul 
13 days ago by anl

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