Configure Strong Ciphers for SSH | Debian Linux | OpenSSH server has fairly weak ciphers by default on Debian Linux. Here is an example of how to tighten security specifying stronger ciphers!
Analyze SSL Configurations with SSLyze | The command line python app sslyze is an awesome tool to analyze SSL / TLS configurations for a variety of services. This is a great tool to have in your stash.
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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.
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.