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How can I do 301 instead of 302 redirects when there are multiple domains sharing the same site hosted in IIS?

I have several domains sharing the same site and use a default.asp as the default file where I test the SERVER_NAME variable and use Response.Redirect to redirect to the home page of the site requested.

The problem is that this type of redirect causes 302 status code. Even when having a rewrite section in my web.config where I created one redirect rule for each site with redirectType="Permanent", the status code 302 is returned.

That is bad for ranking pages in Google’s index. Does somebody know a way to solve that problem and return 301 status code?

How critical is encryption-at-rest for public cloud hosted systems

I wok as a solutions architect for web based systems on AWS and as part of this role often respond to Information Security questionnaires. Nearly all questionnaires request information about data encryption at-rest and in-transit. However only a much smaller percentage ask about other security aspects, such as password policies or common web application security issues, as published by OWASP.

I wonder how common/ likely accessing of clients data is within a public cloud provider such as AWS, Azure and GCP. It seems a very high barrier to pass for an external party, even data centers of small local web hosting companies seem to have very good physical access security. And informal conversations with bank employees tell me that accessing someone’s bank account without reason leads to instant dismissal, so surely public cloud providers would have similar controls in place?

This is not to challenge the value of encryption at rest, it is very cheap to access, so there is no reason not to enable it, but where does it sit in terms of priorities?

gitlab ci (self hosted), docker, access to other containers

Even if i’m not allowed to access a specific repo (or if i have low perms (cant see ci/cd vars)) i still can create one and do something like:

variables:   USER: gitlab build:   stage: build   image: docker:latest   script:     - docker ps -a     - docker images 

Then when i have what i need, i can:

variables:   USER: gitlab build:   stage: build   image: docker:latest     - docker exec <container> /bin/cat /var/www/html/config.php     - docker exec <container> /usr/bin/env 

How to avoid this kind of stuff?

PS: This is on a self hosted gitlab server.

PS2: Originaly post on stackoverflow, but im asking here since i didnt have any answer.

Find WordPress sites hosted by specific hosting provider

I’m looking to potentially upgrade my WordPress hosting to improve performance. I’ve read through How to find web hosting that meets my requirements?. However, before moving my site to a new provider, I’d like to "test" the hosts’ performance prior to signing up.

I know that it’s possible to lookup who hosts a particular domain, but are there any tricks to doing this in reverse? I.e., is it possible to look up what domains are using WordPress hosted by a particular hosting provider?

Need a self hosted landing page builder

Greetings.
My community based project needs a little more than a forum, at least a homepage.
However I don't fancy using a CMS as troublesome as WordPress has become.

I'm looking for a free or affordable self hosted landing page builder. So far I've found none, I've only found numerous solutions hosted by the editor with or without a custom domain name.

Is there anything out there ?

Setting NS for Subdomain to Another Hosted Zone with Same Apex Domain

Suppose I own example.com.

I delegate the subdomain www.example.com to a particular set of NS that is say a Route53 Hosted Zone. The rest of the example.com zone is not on R53 and contains important information for other subdomain/records. You can consider this Zone 1, and you can consider the new R53 Hosted Zone as Zone 2.

I want to have www.example.com CNAMEd to a particular endpoint, say a cloudfront distribution. Since I can’t CNAME the apex domain, instead hosted zone 2 is created in R53 with the original apex domain: example.com. Then, inside that hosted zone, there is a record for the subdomain www.example.com with the CNAME to xxx.cloudfront.net.

I can’t directly configure www.example.com with the CNAME in hosted zone 1 for various reasons, including that the CNAME is always changing and the person controlling the CNAME only has control over zone 2.

So the full chain looks like this: User types in www.example.com, they get NS hosted 1 records. In that zone, the record for www.example.com points to Hosted zone 2 records. In this zone (which was created with apex example.com) the record for www.example.com is a CNAME to the proper endpoint.

My question: will any DNS resolvers mistakenly cache the NS from the second zone as apex domain records? Obviously, I want those NS accessed only for the www.example.com records. If example.com NS records are mistakenly thought of as in hosted zone 2, there can be a lot of issues.

If this is the case, is there any way to make sure to DNS resolvers that the apex domain nameservers are zone 1, and zone 2 records are ONLY for www.example.com, even though they were created with the example.com apex domain?

I understand that there are other ways to do this (CNAME to separate domain, etc) but for logistical purposes (for now) I am only interested in setting the NS directly for the www subdomain.