[ issue #401 .] The ` HTTPS` variable is now set correctly for HTTPS connections, even without setting `ssl on`. Fixes
 It is now possible to listen on both a normal and an HTTPS port.
 The `passenger-status` tool now displays rolling restart status.
's core is open source. …
…web API . Taking advantage of New Relic webhooks and the OpsGenie web , we were able to implement the integration pretty quickly.sends to a URL, and OpsGenie has a ( / HTTPS)
On the OpsGenie side, we've implemented an endpoint that receives the webhook requests from New Relic, and creates/closes alerts in OpsGenie. For mutual customers, using this integration , sending New Relic alerts to OpsGenie is straightforward: create …
…certificate is valid and signed by a trusted authority, the browsers indicate a successfully secured HTTPS connection.
Organization Validated SSL Certificates
The Organization Validated SSL Certificate (OV certificate) validates the domain ownership, plus organization information included in the certificate such as name, city, state and country.
The validation process is similar to the domain validated certificate, but it requires additional documentation to certify the company identity. …
[ CHEF-4513 ] - HTTPS proxy not set (wget only) using HTTPS to download the Omnibus installer
[ CHEF-4515 ] - Wrong puzzling/confusing message "Unsupported json\_class type ‘ :: WebUIUser' ( :: ParserError)" while users upload
[ CHEF-4526 ] - knife environment edit still is .js temp files
[ CHEF-4534 ] - provider's restart_service if..else has a syntax bug
[ CHEF-4554 ] - in chef solo config …
As Chef has grown up, we've found that we've needed to revisit some decisions we made when Chef was an unruly upstart open source project. One such decision is how Chef handles HTTPS connections by default.
Currently, Chef defaults to not verifying certificates when it makes HTTPS connections. There are a number of reasons why this choice made sense at the time, but now they're either no longer valid or not strong enough to justify keeping this unsecure default behavior.
Our APT repository is stored on an HTTPS server so you may need to add HTTPS support for APT: sudo apt-get install apt-transport-https
Next, create a file /etc/apt/sources.list.d/passenger.list and insert one of the following lines, depending on your distribution.
Phusion Passenger open source: deb https://oss-binaries.phusionpassenger.com/apt/passenger lucid main deb https://oss-binaries.phusionpassenger.com/apt/passenger precise main deb https://oss-binaries.phusionpassenger.com/apt/passenger …
Short for HTTP over SSL/TLS. Good ol' HTTP requests, headers, response bodies, all wrapped in a warm, encrypted embrace. HTTPS traffic can even go through HTTP proxy servers, but proxies can't eavesdrop on what's going on since the data is encrypted, so they just forward it further. "Fine," say proxies, pretending they don't care about your stupid messages anyway.
Ubiquitous open source implementation of SSL/TLS. There can be multiple …
Last week, one of our application servers died. We have four app servers, so in theory, the death of one app server shouldn't bring the entire platoon down. However, real-life had other plans: 95% of requests were handled fine, but around 5% were being dropped. Here's the story of how we diagnosed and fixed the issue with our realtime charts.
§ Absolutely! 14 lessons after five years of professional programming :
6. If you feel one use-case scenario will "probably be ok", that's the one that's going to lead to catastrophic failure a month in production. Trust your paranoid gut, test and verify.
It's about assurance. It's about establishing …
…acceleration is slower than a normal SDURLCache . Handling refreshes with content that pops in "above" the current scroll position like a / UICollectionView is not perfect yet. Despite these issues, there's plenty of benefits :. data with HTTPS didn't seem to work, so we dropped in
Rapid iteration on our mobile web views without pushing a new build
All mobile web users on any device benefit …