Tag: Apache

  • Upgrading Apache 2.2 OpenSSL security with TLS Interposer

    Upgrading Apache 2.2 OpenSSL security with TLS Interposer

    Undoubtedly, you will have heard about the weaknesses of old SSL and TLS protocol versions and ciphers. Web browsers have been updated; but the server administrators are left alone: For stability reasons, many run long-term support editions such as Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. Even without that, most will stick to the reliability of Apache 2.2, hesitant…

  • Ubuntu Apache update broke “Listen” command

    [Updated 2013-07-28: Corrected “https” to “http” in Listen] After a recent Apache update, Apache 2.2.22 (on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS “precise”) the following message appeared in the Apache error log: [error] Server should be SSL-aware but has no certificate configured [Hint: SSLCertificateFile] ((null):0)

  • Using a user database backend for Apache authentication

    Would you like to use an existing database for Apache authentication, e.g. instead of the htpasswd file in your small WebDAV server?

  • A fast and simple WebDAV server in Apache

    Are you trying to create set up a WebDAV server with little effort, yet with high performance? Are you doing this for an SME, a small workgroup, or your family? Do you prefer control over your data, so Dropbox is not an option? Do you prefer raw upload and download speed to all the fancy…