I have example.com page. I want a homepage without index.html (example.com/index.html -> example.com)
RewriteEngine On RewriteRule ^index\.html$ / [R=301,L] RewriteRule ^(.*)/index\.html$ /$ 1/ [R=301,L]
It works but what rule to create for folder /de/ (language)?
Code above in folder /de/ redirects me to example.com (example.com/de/index.html or example.com/de/index -> example.com). Correct link: example.com/de/
How to make a rule for /de/ folder? How to modify rule?
example.com/index.html example.com/index -> example.com example.com/de/index.html example.com/de/index -> example.com/de/
I have seen multiple mobile applications that are pinning Global Root CA’s instead of intermediate/leaf certificates. Doesn’t this expose to the same risk as not having certificate pinning at all?
Considering the classic coffee shop attack scenario where the owner of the network has a certificate issued for his domain (
*.evilcoffee.com signed by DigiCert)
Now if the mobile application is trusting any certificate issued by Digicert then you can effectively MiTM? Am I missing something?
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When we connect to postgreSQL via ssl-mode=verify-full how will I make sure if the certificate I passed is used while making the connection?
With ssl_is_used(); shows only true or false. Is there any other extension or pg_catalog views that shows the root cert used in making connection to the DB ?
I have created a CA root certificate and a device certificate to go on my device signed by the CA certificate.
My question is as follows:
Can you make the device certificate last for 30 years, and the root certificate only 20 years, but just create a new root certificate based on the same private key, which would last an additional 20 years?
Would this allow the same old device certificate to continue working with the new root certificate, or would it be rejected?
I appreciate this question might be a bit odd, and if its not clear let me know.
Say if I have local (private) root domain domainX.loc and subdomains : subdomainY. domainX.loc and subdomainZ. domainX.loc. How would I create chain of trust without using ROOT-SERVERS.net
I have the DNS configured like this:
So, my domain
example.mx is working as
www there is no problem, but with non-
http://example.mx it’s not working.
As you can see, my DNS records are pointing in
example.mx record to the
ns1.example.mx is pointing to my server’s IP.
What could be the problem which is causing
http://example.mx not to work while
http://www.example.mx does work?
The Question is if we are given a binary code how construct a tree using that code? There was a question as follows:
By root tree’s 000101001111 code, reconstruct that tree.
and the complete answer:
The problem is i could not understand the answer. so could you please guide me or clear up the problem or introduce some refs. (because i could not find any)
Any help will be greatly appreciated.