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Can not connect to VNC server on Ubuntu 14.04 over SSL using winsokify

I found this thread: noVNC over SSL, and it helped me a lot. But I am getting an error message. You see my issue is that I get a session to the SSL interface but I get an error stating: unsupported ...
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vsftpd: 500 OOPS: could not bind listening IPv4 socket

I will use vsftpd as a ftp server. I did all changes on /etc/vsftpd.conf. These changes are (according to digitalocean): anonymous_enable=NO write_enable=YES local_enable=YES chroot_local_user=YES ...
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Change the SSL ciphers used by Apache2 in Plesk 11.5 and Ubuntu 12.04

I want to change the configuration of my Apache2 server so that it accepts the following lines in order to disable weak TLS ciphers and enable perfect forward secrecy. SSLProtocol all -SSLv2 -SSLv3 ...
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SSL cert owner != localhost after creating SSH tunnel

I use an SSH tunnel to connect to my work's mail server, then tell my mail client to connect to server "localhost" on port "1993" (the port I chose for the tunnel). I have two different Ubuntu Precise ...
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Can I get around using “pip install --cert”?

Trying to figure out if there is a way that I can avoid using the --cert flag to pip when I am installing packages at work. There is some issue with the proxy that only allows me to download the ...
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Multiple SSL certificates on one server

We're hosting two websites on our fairly tiny but dedicated production server. Both website require SSL authentication. So, we have virtualhosts set up for both of them. They both reference their own ...
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359 views

Multiple IP addresses through the same interface and iptables

System Admin is not my strong point. My situation is we have 1 website that has 4 domains. The website itself serves different templates/content depending on which domain is used, simulating 4 ...
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gksudo nautilus doesn't work. Ubuntu Terminal

I'm trying to open my /etc/apache2 folder through terminal. I tried running gksudo nautilus and gksu nautilus. Both doesn't show anything and do not show any errors in terminal. But nautilus works ...
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use postfix with ssl certificate that has a password

i have gone through a couple of tutorials on how to set up postfix on ubuntu with support for my ssl certificate: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Postfix ...
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dovecot imap ssl certificate issues

i have been trying to configure my dovecot imap server (version 1.0.10 - upgrading is not an option at this stage) with a new ssl certificate on ubuntu like so: $ grep ^ssl /etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf ...
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SSL certificate issue on Firefox, Ubuntu on a Windows network behind a proxy

My Problem: SSL enabled sites (HTTPS) do not render properly on my Firefox browser. The network team at office says that the issue is because the proxy server isn't able to identify my system ...
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Setting up IMAP/SSL on Ubuntu with Dovecot, Thunderbird, and a self-signed certificate

I have a new server that I am setting up. It currently has a very limited audience (just me), but I am trying to set up IMAPSSL and secure SMTP. Since the audience is so limited, I have decided to ...
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Syncrify and SSL support

I installed the Syncrify server and client on a Linux box. From what I've read on their site, Syncrify comes with a built in self-signed SSL certificate. However after setting the SSL port on the ...
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How to install a CA key (self signed SSL) on ubuntu? [duplicate]

I have a bunch of machines that need to fetch https: off a server (or collection of servers). I'm operating a CA and self-signing the certificates on the server(s). The client machines are running ...