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Web Developer and Systems Administrator at a Web Development company in The Netherlands.

Dec
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comment Is SSL dying? Should I buy SSL certificates for my sites any more?
While I'm excited about this development I'm going to state the obvious: Let's Encrypt is not yet available and it remains to be seen if browser vendors, other than Mozilla, will trust its root-certificate. It will not be very useful otherwise, a problem CAcert.org can relate to. In the meantime I'd suggest shopping around for a certificate (or getting a free one from Startcom). They're quite affordable and are currently your best bet.
Apr
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Apr
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revised PHP files browsable: is this a vulnerability?
fixed typo and syntax
Apr
26
comment PHP files browsable: is this a vulnerability?
While your points are valid, none of them answer the question that was asked. The sound more like comments to other people's answers.
Apr
26
suggested approved edit on PHP files browsable: is this a vulnerability?
Feb
18
comment Is anybody using client browser certificates?
That's true, AviD. Of course the kiosk should be properly hardened to prevent that kind of access. If a cert is stolen, it can be revoked individually by the CA since that kiosk should be considered compromised. In this case the information on the webserver is not critical enough to require additional measures, so the client-cert is basically an alternative to a password.
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Jan
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answered Is anybody using client browser certificates?
Dec
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