Hurricane Electric’s free service Tunnel Broker allows one to set-up 6to4 tunnels in order to get IPv6 connectivity to IPv4-only sites. In addition to “regular” tunnels, where they assign you a random prefix from their ranges, they also support BGP tunnels. Today I will show you how to set one up and configure it on a…
I was in a situation where I needed to implement a mail routing policy: Outgoing email from a specific domain gets routed through a relay (eg. Amazon SES) and all other goes directly.
Today we are going to compile nginx web server with naxsi WAF (Web Application Firewall), Google PageSpeed modules and HTTP/2 support.
Using nginx as a reverse proxy is very easy to do and there are many guides on the internet on this topic. However there’s not a lot of content regarding modifying proxied data on-the-fly. Here’s how to do it
I recently did a project where I needed to get post featured images from a WordPress site using MySQL. Of course I wanted it to be efficient, which meant I had to do with just a single SQL query to get the information I wanted.