Monthly Archives: January 2013

switching from dnsZone to dlz-ldap

In our infrastructure, all our DNS data is stored in multiple LDAP servers, which synchronize via OpenLDAP-internal mechanisms. One of the DNS servers is an openSUSE 12.2 physical server, all others run on SLES11 virtual machines. All DNS servers are … Continue reading

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upload limits to SSL-secured sites

We’re using a SSL-secured site to provide external access to some services via HTTP (which makes it “https”), and are using client-side certificates to address two-way authentication issues. Then there was the famous “man-in-the-middle” problem during session renegotiation that was … Continue reading

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