Alias subdirectory as a subdomain on root domain

I have the following structure: (Root), (actual application)

Users can access their profile as: for example

Is there a way I can show the content of in directly?

I tried creating a wildcard subdomain but it doesn’t seem to work as right now I have 2 htaccess files (one for and the other for

Thanks in advance!


File structure is Angular’s (it has Routing already) so it doesn’t make a difference

OS: CentOS 7, using Apache

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Can we implement hreflang on root domain for one country and on sub-folder for another country?

Is it possible for 2 countries, we can implement hreflang tags on root domain and a sub-folder, for example for US hreflang on and for Italy can we do it like this?

I have added both urls in Google search console & submitted separate sitemaps, but Google is counting all pages (including sub-folders) for the main domain, so I am thinking that Google is considering main domain (root domain) as a whole website not a country specific as per hreflang.

If you know about this or have similar experience, then Appreciate your help! Thanks, Adil

Is there any root motion workflow that doesn’t require feet adjustments on frame by frame basis (Blender)?

Ive been searching for an hour or so, but wasn’t able to find an specific answer about this problem. I need to make animations moving the character’s root around for my game, so in place animations aren’t a possibility. For now, I moved just the root bone (whole character) in straight line to ensure it has the speed movement I need in game, but now I need to start to add the actual feet movement to this animation movement. It happens that both feet follow the root movement (obviously), even when one of them should be planted. I did find some information pieces around the web, but nothing fixed this problem for me. I really need a best workflow for this, cause fixing the feet position on frame by frame basis seems to be a very bad, not to mention time consuming, way to do things.

I even considered unparent the feet from the root, but I’m positive this will cause problems in Unity as I need to use Humanoid rig there, which presupposes that the whole bone chain is connected to a single root.

I’m using Blender 2.8 and my rig was genereted by Makehuman, with the optimized for game engines option checked.

Does anynone knows a good workflow for this case? Maybe I missed something in my previous searches, cause this doesn’t seems to be a big deal at all, it must have a better way to this..

Thanks in advance for any insights.

What are the security implications of adding an Intermediate Certificate into the Trusted Root Store in Windows?

I have 2 certificates (one root and one intermediate).

In Windows OS, the Root certificate is in the trusted root store (for current user). The other intermediate certificate (signed by the root CA), is to be found (under current user also) under the Intermediate CA store.

I am using SSL verification in one of my client applications (Kafka Confluent) and realized the client only enumerates certificates in the root store. Therefore SSL handshake fails (the intermediate CA is needed).

One solution is to import that certificate into the Trusted Root Certificate Authorities. With that solution, SSL verification at client works. However, is there any concern in doing so?

From security point of view does it make a difference if the intermediate CA exists in the Root store vs the Intermediate store on Windows?

UPDATE If more context is needed as to what exactly I am facing you can check the issue here

Why would a certificate authority have multiple root certificates?

When I look at the trusted certificates in my browser, I see that many certificate authorities have multiple root certificates associated with them. For example, org-Amazon has Amazon Root CA 1, Amazon Root CA 2, Amazon Root CA 3, and Amazon Root CA 4.

How do the purposes of these four certificates differ?

I also see that some CAs have root certificates of different "tiers", such as gold, silver, and platinum. What’s the deal with these? I imagine there are price differences associated with the different tiers, but what extra service could they be offering?

What are the security risks of running QEMU/KVM as root?

Context: I own a machine; I trust root and all the accounts. I virtualize untrusted guests using KVM, and don’t want them to escape.

When /dev/kvm has the right permissions, non-root users can run KVM guests. Does this bring any security advantages over running guests as root? In case of a qemu or KVM vulnerability, won’t malicious guests gain kernel privilege no matter what user is running qemu?

Going further, assuming accounts of the host can’t be trusted, is it possible to gain root privileges using /dev/kvm?

Do docker images have the same root password?

If two persons are pulling the same docker image (let’s say Debian:10.4), they will obtain the same "files" (layers) from the docker repo.

So, from what I understand, launching a docker image is not exactly like a fresh install, it is more like a preinstalled OS. So I guess the two docker images debian:10.4 launched in two separate hosts should be as equivalent as possible to avoid difference in the behaviour from a host to another.

Considering this, I am asking myself if the root’s password is always the same on every debian:10.4 images.

I don’t know if we know the root’s password of this image or only the hash. But if someone could find a preimage of this hash, he would be able to log in in every SSH server based on a debian:10.4 ?

Or is there a minimal randomness applied at the start of a instance docker to ensure the dispersion of some security constant (root password, id_rsa key, …) ?

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