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Install Tomcat on AWS Ubuntu and IDE

Install Tomcat on | Ubuntu | Windows | Amazon EC2 | Docker | Intellij | Jenkins To install Tomcat 7, Tomcat 8 and Tomcat 9 is a habitual task because Tomcat is synonymous with Java web application development. You install Apache Tomcat on a local Windows or Linux (Ubuntu) Server on the Amazon AWS cloud EC2 machines within Docker and

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AWS EC2 | Open Route to Install Middleware Services Behind Apache

This page describes the procedure for opening and locking ports during a middleware services installation. Middleware Service Installation When installing middleware services behind the Apache Web Server on Amazon Web Services (EC2) you sometimes need to allow traffic to flow temporarily on one of the unsecure ports. The way described does not pose a security threat primarily because you are

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How to Setup Archiva Behind Apache

For those who need an industry grade Archiva installation and http://localhost:8181/ is not good enough. Apache Archiva Behind Mummy Apache We want to install Apache Archiva so that an Apache Web Server acts to proxy the requests received from the internet. We benefit from a cleaner URL and HTTPS (SSL) becomes an option when hiding behind Apache’s huge skirts. https://www.build-business-websites.co.uk/artifacts/

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Route Jenkins SSL Traffic Via an Apache Proxy Server

How to Route Jenkins HTTP Requests Through Apache Mapping SSL traffic destined for Jenkins via an Apache proxy server is a continuation of Routing Jenkins HTTP Requests Through Apache. Jenkins 2 Admin Password Requires SSL If your Jenkins server is out in the big wide internet, it needs protection. Jenkins 2 brings administrator passwords – if you use plain HTTP

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Subversion Repository Security | 4 Security Configurations | Choose One

Subversion Repository Security Configuration We've outlined 4 security configurations to help you secure your Subversion repository (or other similar middleware services). a Maximum Security Configuration a Good Security Configuration an Open Source Security Configuration a Weak (But Simple) Security Configuration Maximum Security Configuration For maximum read/write security to a repository in a cloud you should access it by setting up

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Google Chrome Has a Warning Yellow Triangle and Grey Padlock on https – Help!

The Google Chrome warning yellow triangle when using HTTPS is disappointing after all your effort Creating a signed certificate request(public/private key pair) Contacting a Certificate Authority (CA) and paying for a countersign service Installing the SSL Certificate into Apache Setting up WordPress Admin or Forcing Apache to Use SSL Troubleshooting a Google Https Warning Triangle (Grey Padlock) Internet Explorer does

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How To Force Apache to Use HTTPS (Includes WordPress)

Why Force Apache To Use HTTPS Just setting up SSL certificates for HTTPS is not enough. All requests must use the https protocol. This includes all web traffic like WordPress and WordPress Admin MediaWiki Bugtrackers like Bugzilla Project Tools like @task and dot project Version Tools like Subversion Database Explorers like PhpMyAdmin Tomcat through Port 8080 To configure Apache to

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How to Protect SSL Keys and Certificates

Pre-Conditions : You have Generated a Private Key and a Certificate Sign Request (CSR) Protect SSL Keys with chmod Bash Command Execute the following command to protect the key: chmod 400 /etc/apache2/ssl/www.mydomain.com.key Files for your domain will be created in /etc/apache2/ssl. You may now submit the file ending in .csr to a commercial SSL provider for signing. You will receive

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