Category Archives: Security

#OpenSSH private keys with old PEM format

By | December 11, 2019

Starting from openssh 7.8 the default format for private keys has changed from PEM to OpenSSH: That means that private keys generated with the referenced command: (ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096) are no longer generated as PEM format. Lot’s of online services do not accept this format yet CircleCI, GitHub are some of the services… Read More »

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#EasyRSA Certificate based authentication of #SoapUI client to a secure WebService running on #JBoss or #WildFly application server

By | May 12, 2019

The following is a very quick guide on how to set up a EasyRSA certificate based authentication of SoapUI API client to connect to a WebService based API that runs on JBoss or WildFly. Generate a local CA with EasyRSA Download and install easy-rsa – https://github.com/OpenVPN/easy-rsa Go to the installation folder and change the following… Read More »

#CrowdSourcing and #DataMining the new resource mining, or how big corporations are robbing you blind.

By | September 30, 2017

The newest commodity this days is crowd sourced data. All the digital corporations push this envelope harder and harder. Google wants to make me a “local guide”: post images of places on google maps and review businesses for free of course (they give you a badge, you know like boy scouts badges). This is lately… Read More »