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  1. DNS Over HTTPS

    With much of the web switching to HTTPS and at least some people becoming more concerned about privacy, DNS has recently come into the spotlight because it provides an ISP with the ability to monitor which websites a user visits. Multiple mitigations have been proposed - Android for example is going …

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  2. Web Service Security

    As a developer, I've used lots of web services and also implemented plenty myself. I've seen services with IP-based security provided by network firewalls, services protected by standard HTTP Authentication, TLS with client and server certificates and custom mechanisms using API keys. Recently, OAuth 2.0 has been added to …

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  3. Setting Up a SOCKS Proxy Using OpenSSH

    Web browsing on a public Wifi network is a security risk as it's quite simple to capture network traffic. Even if you only connect to SSL-protected sites, people can still find out which web sites you're accessing. Fortunately, there is a quick way to protect your privacy - all you need …

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  4. Setting Up a Web Proxy with Squid

    Setting up a Squid forward proxy can be a pretty daunting task since Squid is an extremely flexible piece of software. In this article, I'm going to provide a minimal non-caching, authenticated configuration. I have tested this with Squid 3.1.12 on Ubuntu 13.04, but with minor adjustments …

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  5. Getting Started With Kerberos

    Recently, I have been playing with Kerberos, a popular Single Sign On system (SSO) that is used in many large organizations. My first contact with Kerberos has been at university in a network security course, but that only covered the cryptographic part, not the more practical issues like setting up …

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