Drupal 7 + HTTPS + Nginx + Varnish + Apache + Boost + APC + Securepages + Drupal

If you happen to develop large sites in Drupal, you might fall upon a case like this one, where different servers (namely at least one reverse proxy and one web server) interact, causing a series of chain reactions every time…

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Ref: Minimum RSA public key lengths

Just a reference to an interesting article on SSL and guidelines for the length of public keys in RSA before and after December 2013: http://news.netcraft.com/archives/2012/09/10/minimum-rsa-public-key-lengths-guidelines-or-rules.html

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Munin nginx_status fails on HTTPS

This must appear in one opportunity in 1000, but it happened to me, so I bet it might have just happened to you… Munin is great, Nginx is great, and SSL is great, but when you mix all of them…

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Renew expired self-signed SSL certificate

For some reason, it might be very difficult to find information on how to renew a self-signed certificate. This is a nice (and short) explanation: http://linux.togaware.com/survivor/Renew_SSL.html. Please note that a .pem file is in fact (as you can guess from…

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Creating multi-domain SSL certificates

The post is in French, but is certainly worth the effort of translation for people looking on how to do this: http://howto.landure.fr/gnu-linux/debian-4-0-etch/creer-un-certificat-ssl-multi-domaines If enough people ask for a good translation, I’ll consider doing that here.

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