Convert .pfx SSL certificate to .key or .pem format

In the last years Internet have seen a lot of changes, especially in terms of security standars and requirements for almost every website published on the web. Read More …

Windows Hardware Certification – Packages signed using a SHA-1 digest algorithm and certificate chain no more supported (WHQL)

Send Us a Sign! (Contact Us!) Show More Info This article has total words. (Including header) From March 9th 2018, Read More …

VMware vCenter – Removing Self-Signed Certificate Warning

When connecting to a VMWare vCenter server using a web-browser, there appears a warning of self-signed certificate issued by an Read More …

Office 365 and SMTP Relay (IIS)

Are you trying to set up Office 365 to relay email messages from Line-of-Business applications or network devices? Check the Read More …

Convert .pfx private key to be used with Apache Web Server

The Apache server will require the following two files: Server.key: the private key associated with the certificate. Server.crt: the public Read More …

HTTP Public Key Pinning (HPKP) – Windows Server IIS

HPKP is another security mechanism that uses an HTTP header as protection against impersonation attacks with fraudulently issued certificates. To Read More …

SSL Certificate installation (Windows Server 2008 (IIS 7.0))

Windows Server 2008 includes Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0. This new version makes several big changes in the way that Read More …

SSL certificates on Apache (CentOS)

This guide will assist you with enabling SSL for websites served with the Apache2 web server, in order to ensure Read More …