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Tag: HTTPS

HTTP/3

Daniel Stenberg writes on daniel.haxx.se blog

The protocol that’s been called HTTP-over-QUIC for quite some time has now changed name and will officially become HTTP/3. This was triggered by this original suggestion by Mark Nottingham.

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SSL Summary A plus

SSL in WordPress: how to move WordPress to HTTPS? The definitive guide

Having an SSL certificate in your WordPress is the de-facto standard nowadays, did you know that? Google ranks sites having HTTPS higher in their SERP. But in WordPress, how do you configure an SSL certificate and HTTPS URL? You’ll learn the important steps to move WordPress from http to https in this post.

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How to enable HTTP Strict-Transport-Security (HSTS) on IIS

Set up HTTP Strict-Transport-Security (HSTS) in Windows Server IIS. Scott Hanselman wrote a great post on how to enable HTTP Strict-Transport-Security (HSTS) on IIS web servers, and here is some more technical information about HSTS in IIS (and other security headers)

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Load Transposh Translation Filter over HTTPS

Transposh Translation Filter is the translation filter for WordPress, Transposh helps you multi-lingualize your blog with ease by translating your posts automagically. Unfortunately, Transposh plugin doesn’t load over HTTPS, which is easy to fix…

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Redirect HTTP to HTTPS on Apache 2.4

A permanent redirect in Apache using status code 301

The last few day’s I’ve been toying with Nagios, setting up a monitoring system. An Apache redirect to HTTPS was one of the tasks I wanted to accomplish. This would redirect the Nagios vhost from HTTP to HTTPS using an Apache 2.4.6 VirtualHost, and no resource expensive rewrite would be necessary.

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