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Installing a SSL Certificate on macOS Server

Posted in DevOps, macOS on Nov 29, 2018

Currently having an SSL certificate is practically mandatory, because the most recent browsers can mark your website as insecure if you do not have an SSL certificate installed, not to mention that the site will be susceptible to different vulnerabilities such as data theft or Man-In-The-Middle attacks.

Accessing Server Behind Double NAT

Posted in Linux, Networking on Oct 11, 2018

Usually internet providers do not provide dedicated IP addresses to residential users, since generally for domestic use are not usually a major requirement, however there may be occasion in which we decide to mount a home server, either to share files, as a central hub for our IoT gadgets or even a simple multimedia content server such as Plex.