I need some help tracing a vulnerability on my server. For the second time, my server has been compromised with files being replaced with virus-ridden downloads. According to the filesystem dates, ...
While debugging my server for issues, I checked my logs frequently. Here is one weird one I've found, which seems like an attempt to run something on my server. I am using nginx on Ubuntu 14.04. Below ...
I'm currently using nginx with the following ciphers: ssl_ciphers HIGH:!aNULL:!eNULL:!LOW:!ADH:!RC4:!3DES:!MD5:!EXP:!PSK:!SRP:!DSS; I would like to maintain compatibility to older browsers, ...
I have a Linode VPS running Nginx, which currently serves only static content. Once I was looking at the log and noticed some strange requests: XXX.193.171.202 - - [07/Aug/2013:14:04:36 +0400] "GET ...
I'm a noob and just set-up a linode account to play around with linux development. I started nginx and made a simple homepage for my domain (giuliopizzini.com). Today I checked the nginx logs and ...
The EFF recommends using HTTPS everywhere on your site, and I'm sure this site would agree. When I asked a question about using Django to implement HTTPS on my login page, that was certainly the ...
I am having trouble finding out if a potential server configuration is secure. I have a server running a nginx reverse proxy that is accessible from a public ip address on the ports 80 and 443. I then ...
What security does nginx provide between server blocks? Here is an example scenario. Say I have two server blocks configured with nginx. Each serves up a web application to authenticated users. I ...