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Setting up Varnish caching server for pd-admin with Apache and php-fcgi

Deploying Varnish caching server can significantly speed up web-based applications, as well as simple websites. Varnish supports different back-end systems, ranging from the popular Apache web server to the more efficient nginx. Especially when it comes to handling high traffic sites Varnish can bring a considerable uplift to the responsiveness...

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Disable SSLv3 support for Apache

In case you haven’t disabled support for SSLv3 for Apache yet – do so now! You can easily disable SSLv3 using your Apache configuration httpd.conf using the option -SSLv3: As always, make sure to restart Apache afterwards. Note that depending on your setup you might need to set the list...

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Remove Passphrase from SSL Keys

When it comes to generating SSL keys passphrases play an immanent role. They need to be specified when creating SSL keys and are checked each time the key is being used to ensure authorized access. For instance, when starting your Apache web server with a SSL certificate you will need...

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Enabling Cross-Origin Resource Sharing CORS for Apache

When trying to share resources across different domains (host-a.com vs. host-b.com) you will come across the concept of Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS). In order to be able to share resources across different domains you will most likely need to enable to CORS manually on your server. For instance, when a...

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Process Apache Environment Variables using PHP

Especially when in comes to switching between different working environments such as development, staging and production Apache’s enviroment variables represent a vital solution. But be advised that they do not work out of the box, as certain preconditions must be met. Enable mod_env First of all, you need to enable...