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FIGHTING BACK AGAINST SSL INSPECTION, OR HOW SSL SHOULD WORK - Independent Security Evaluators
A solution for resisting SSL interception without breaking compatibility or requiring cooperation with third parties is needed. The SSL/TLS protocol allows not only servers to authenticate themselves using certificates, but clients as well. Client certificates are widely popular in some government agencies and countries, such as Estonia [27], but are not used by websites catering to the general (US) public. Interestingly, client certificates allow us to sidestep the interception problem.
tls  security 
4 days ago by jhealy
Zscaler Intermediate Certificate - Stack Overflow
Zscaler apparently allows SSL inspection to be controlled per-domain
tls  security 
5 days ago by jhealy
memory - environment variable accessibility in Linux - Information Security Stack Exchange
"Conclusion: the environment of a process is only available to the user (euid) running the process"
security  linux 
july 2018 by jhealy
Hardening your cluster's security  |  Kubernetes Engine  |  Google Cloud
good advice on security settings for GKE clusters, including using a custom service account for the nodes and giving it reduced permissions
security  kubernetes  gke  gcp 
june 2018 by jhealy
Using Microscanner in a CI/CD Pipeline
scanning docker images for known vulnerabilities
security  docker 
may 2018 by jhealy
Forseti Security
Open source security tools for GCP
gcp  security 
february 2018 by jhealy
Ubuntu LTS: many vulnerabilities despite long-term support | Wilders Security Forums
Handy tools to verify the security support status of Debian and Ubuntu packages
debian  ubuntu  security  linux 
april 2016 by jhealy
Rate Limiting and Velocity Checking
advice on rate limiting users or IPs in a web app
security  programming 
april 2015 by jhealy
Introducing CFSSL - CloudFlare's PKI toolkit | CloudFlare Blog
handy tool that automates build SSL certificate bundles
ssl  security 
july 2014 by jhealy
ImperialViolet - TLS Symmetric Crypto
Interesting update on recent SSL/TLS work in chrome. Also mentions annoying F5 bug with handshake packets over 256 bytes
tls  security  google 
february 2014 by jhealy
Reset Roaming Profile and Folder Redirection Permissions
handy set of commands for fixing borked file permissions on a windows domain
windows  networking  security 
august 2011 by jhealy
It's Time to Fix HTTPS
interesting slide deck on the brokenness of HTTPS and PKI
ssl  web  security  presentation 
march 2011 by jhealy
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