Check for Dangerous Root Certificates on Windows with SigCheck

Check for Dangerous Root Certificates on Windows with SigCheck How to protect your Windows machine from unsafe root certificates such as Superfish, Komodia, PrivDog, eDellRoot using the free SigCheck tool from Sysinternals

Have you ever heard about Superfish? If you’re a System Administrator, you probably do. However, here’s a quick recap: Superfish was an advertising company based in Palo Alto, California: it …

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Windows Native Data Encryption At-Rest with BitLocker

Windows Native Data Encryption At-Rest with BitLocker How to encrypt at-rest your Windows 10 PC drives without third-party software (even without a TPM hardware module)

Implementing Data Encryption at-rest on all clients and server machine became a fundamental pillar of the IT Security policy of most companies. In this article we’ll see how we can …

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Information Security: le linee guida ENISA

The 4 pillars of IT Security according to ENISA An extensive overview of the ENISA Technical Guidelines for the implementation of minimum security measures for Digital Service Providers, the reference standard for IT security in Europe

Four years after its publication (February 2017), the Technical Guidelines for the implementation of minimum security measures for Digital Service Providers published by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) …

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ASP.NET Core 5 and Angular - Fourth Edition
pfSense Firewall - WAN, LAN and NAT configuration
How to cache your website using NGINX and FastCGI in CentOS 7 with PHP FastCGI Process Manager PHP-FPM

Configure HTTP Basic Authentication on NGINX How to implement HTTP Basic Authentication in a NGINX web server to restrict access for your website users with a simple username/password challenge

In this guide we’ll see how we can implement a password-based authentication mechanism on our NGINX web servers using HTTP Basic Authentication: a simple auth method that allows webmasters to …

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How to handle multipage TIFF files with ASP.NET C# (GDI+ alternative)