IETF 104 Hackathon (TLS 1.3)

Hello, Already 2 days gone since we started the IETF 104 hackathon. For the TLS 1.3 working group, Avi Soomirtee and me have been working for the implementation of PHA ( Post Handshake Authentication) to wget and Nagios-plugins respectively. We had great food and beverages to keep the flow going. As always the tense atmosphere …

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IETF 103 Hackathon ( Disabling middlebox compatibility for TLS 1.3 in Curl )

Hey people, Im relating to you my experience with cyberstorm.mu for the last 3 days. It was pure coding madness for very member of the team. We had different working group namely : TLS 1.3 protocol Loganaden Velvindron Rahul Golam Muzaffar Auhammud Codarren Velvindron Nathan Sunil Mangar Jeremie Daniel HTTP 451 protocol Kheshav Sewnundun Kifah …

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How to set up WordPress on Ubuntu

Before installing WordPress your LAMP stack must be ready. Here is the link to previous article on how to install a LAMP. Installation of WordPress: 1.Download the latest WordPress package and extract it: wget http://wordpress.org/latest.tar.gz tar -zxvf latest.tar.gz 2.Then move the WordPress files from the extracted folder to the Apache default root directory, /var/www/html/: cp …

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Expect-CT

Expect-CT is a new HTTP header that allows Web Browsers to authorize UAs (user agents) to  require  valid Signed Certificate Timestamps to be served on connections to hosts. It allows sites to report and /or  enforce Certificate Transparency requirements, that denies the use of mississued certificates for that site from being ignored. When a site enables …

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How To Install Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) stack on Ubuntu

Introduction: The group of open source software that is usually installed together to enable a server to host dynamic websites and web apps is called a "LAMP" stack. The latter is actually an acronym which represents the Linux OS, with the Apache web server which process dynamic content and MySQL database where site data is …

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Add TCP congestion control variant to Linux Ubuntu & comparing.

TCP CONGESTION ALGORITHMS: The data transmission protocol used by many Internet applications is known as TCP, the later uses congestion control algorithms. The main objective of a TCP algorithm is to refrain from sending more data than the network is capable of imparting, that is, to avoid causing network congestion. Different algorithms respond unlikely to network loads, but …

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