CSR generation instructions on Mac OS X Mavericks Server & Yosemite Server

Apple OS X Mavericks is version 10.9 of the OS X computer operating system. New features in OS X Mavericks include inactive memory compression, enhanced support for multiple displays and iCloud Keychain, a built-in password generation, storage and security application. OS X Mavericks debuted at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in June 2013. Mavericks is named after a famous surfing location in Northern California. It is the first version of OS X that is not named after a type of cat; previous versions included Mountain Lion, Snow Leopard and Tiger. The first version of OS X, Cheetah, debuted in 2001, replacing the original Macintosh operating system, Mac OS. Steps: Open the Server App. In the Finder window, under Favorites, click Applications […]

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How to harden and enhance security in Apache Web Server?

Once the TLS is enabled and displayed to the public, it is necessary to ensure its security. This is easy to do using online services such as Qualys SSL Labs, which performs a free and thorough analysis of your security setup. Based on the results, we can set the default security configuration by controlling protocols and ciphers. Important Real-world testing is essential to the security of your server as the small configuration flaws may drive to severe security violations and data loss. Because recommended security practices change constantly in response to research and emerging threats, periodic security audits are essential to good server administration. On the Qualys SSL Labs site, enter the fully qualified domain name of your server in […]

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