iptables Rules

Block IP traffic from an specific IP or Network. Block from an IP iptables -A INPUT -s 11.22.33.44 -j DROP If you want to block only on an specific NIC iptables -A INPUT -s 11.22.33.44 -i eth0 -j DROP Or an specific port iptables -A INPUT -s 11.22.33.44 -p tcp -dport 22 -j DROP Using […]

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Forwarding Email to another host via Qmail

Today I needed to relay/forward all Email from one Server (Server A) to another Server (Server B). Server A is running Qmail (on CentOS). Server B is running company smartermail. After googling and searching, I found a site teaches “forwarding Email to another host” using Qmail. I tried, as the article recommends setting up a […]

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Resetting MySQL Root Password: Red Hat and CentOS

If you’ve forgotten your MySQL root password (or are involved with some nefarious activity), here is how you can reset that password on a Red Hat (RHEL) system or a CentOS system: Stop MySQL: root#  service mysqld stop Start MySQL in safe mode: root#  mysqld_safe –skip-grant-tables & Log into MySQL as root: root#  mysql -u […]

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7zip

zip is a nice, cross-platform compression software, similar in purpose to WinZip or GZip.  &zip can create and extract those .zip and .gz (and tar.gz) files, but it uses LZMA for its own native compression, which is a much more modern compression format.  (if you’re using .rar, please stop already).   Use 7zip to create […]

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Openssl Howto for Apache

  Display Certificate Subject name in readable format openssl x509 -in CERTIFICATE_FILE -noout -subject -nameopt multiline,-lname,-align Top To verify a certificate chain openssl verify CERTIFICATE_FILE   The file CERTIFICATE_FILE contain the intermediate certificate first and the servers certificate. Check your Certificate using the Certificate Check tool at the bottom of the page Top To view […]

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OpenSSL Commands to Convert SSL Certificates on Your Machine

Convert PEM to DER openssl x509 -outform der -in certificate.pem -out certificate.der Convert PEM to P7B openssl crl2pkcs7 -nocrl -certfile certificate.cer -out certificate.p7b -certfile CACert.cer Convert PEM to PFX openssl pkcs12 -export -out certificate.pfx -inkey privateKey.key -in certificate.crt -certfile CACert.crt OpenSSL Convert DER Convert DER to PEM openssl x509 -inform der -in certificate.cer -out certificate.pem […]

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Convert the PFX file for Apache

Run the following command using OPENSSL: 1. To export the Private key file from the .pfx fileopenssl pkcs12 -in filename.p12  -nocerts -out privatekey.key2. To export the Certificate file from the .pfx file openssl pkcs12 -in filename.p12 -clcerts -nokeys -out sslcert.crt filename.p12 (is your existing IIS PFX file)privatekey.key (is your new exported private key file)ssl.crt 3. […]

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How do I convert a .pfx to be used with an Apache server?

How do I convert my .pfx file to be used with an Apache server? Answer: The Apache server will require the following two files: 1 – Server.ker : the private key associated with the certificate2 – Server.crt :  the public SSL certificate issued by Entrust Using Open SSL, you can extract the certificate and private […]

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Convert an OpenSSL (Apache) SSL Certificate to a PKCS12 (Tomcat)

Convert the Key to a PKCS12 Key. This will prompt you for a password which you will need when you change the Tomcat configuration. openssl pkcs12 -export -in /etc/apache2/ssl.crt/somedomain.com.crt -out somedomain.com.pkcs12 -name “somedomain.com” -inkey /etc/apache2/ssl.key/somedomain.com.com.key Verify that the pkcs12 file contains your key. You should be able to see your certificate’s common name, and various […]

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