Updated certificate authority
10 Jun

Updated certificate authority

Just a quick announcement. This week I released an updated certificate authority. All my services are now signed using this new authority. The reason for this is purely maintenance. Since I released my last authority there have been concerns and then active attacks against certificates using a sha1 hash. So as security changes over time […]

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Raspberry Pi Powered OpenVPN – Server, Part 3
07 Feb

Raspberry Pi Powered OpenVPN – Server, Part 3

Client Side So we now have a working server, what we have to do now is create certificates for our users or our selves. If you want to you can cheat here and create one certificate per user then they can use that everywhere, but as I talked about before, if they device is every […]

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Run You Own Certificate Authority

Run You Own Certificate Authority

July 29 , 2014

I’ve wanted to write an article on how I became my own certificate authority for some time, but while doing some research on it I came across an article by CyberPunk that fill the gap I wanted to fill. So Instead I will just leave this link here.

http://n0where.net/certificate-authority

Automatically generate GPG revocation certificates
26 Mar

Automatically generate GPG revocation certificates

OpenGPG establishes trust using the web-of-trust. If I trust you and you trust him, I can probably trust them too. This only works if I can trust you though.

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