How to Enable OCSP stapling in Apache | OCSP stapling requires Apache 2.3.3 or later. If you are running a stable Apache 2.4 branch, it is wise to take advantage of this security feature. Here is an example configuration that can be used:
DuckDuckGo Tor Hidden Service over HTTPS | DuckDuckGo now offers a new Tor .onion url over HTTPS. This brings DuckDuckGo to the ultimate in privacy and anonymous searching!
Official Linux AMIs for Amazon EC2 | The major Linux distros all maintain AMIs for EC2 in Amazon AWS. These provide an up-to-date base image to launch a server in Amazon Web Services with a click. Here are some links and info!
How to Enable Perfect Forward Secrecy in Apache on Linux | Perfect Forward Secrecy requires Apache 2.2 on Debian Wheezy, or Apache 2.4+ for other distros.
Generate a Self-Signed Certificate for Apache in Linux | For non-production or personal servers, a self-signed certificate is sufficient. It’s easy to generate this cert in Linux. I’ll show you how!
Disable SSLv2 and SSLv3 in Apache | Yes we all know that SSLv2 is to be avoided, but you should also consider disabling SSLv3! Wha? Crazy I know. Here is some info.
Leadwerks Kickstarter | Build Linux Games, On Linux | Linux users, I urge you to pledge on this Leadwerks kickstarter for creating game engine development for Linux. Leadwerks is an epic game development platform that is looking to embrace the Linux crowd!