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SSL on a RaspberryPi - does it slow your site down?

SSL on a RaspberryPi - does it slow your site down?First up I'm sorry about bathering on about this SSH thing but I to be honest I'm padding out the blog posts a little bit as there's one article I've written that I'm just not sure I want to publish, It's nothing bad, just not in keeping with the tone of this site so I've racked it up at the end of the post ready to go   more »



Running a SSL certificated/authenticated HTTPS website over dynamic DNS

Running a SSL certificated/authenticated HTTPS website over dynamic DNSOne of reasons why I originally held back on buying a SSL certificate for my website was that I wasn't sure that it'd work using a dynamic IP routing service - cos I didn't want to waste $15! Well you don't need to fret about it because I can confirm it works after I eventually got round to setting up a free LetsEncrypt.org one on   more »



Free LetsEncrypt secure SSL server certificate install tutorial for Raspberry Pi

Free LetsEncrypt secure SSL server certificate install tutorial for Raspberry PiFor me being SSL secured has always been the benchmark as having a bonafide website. That little green padlock next to your websites URL doesn't really mean much for a blog, but I always wanted one. At the start of last year I started thing about trying to get one. Ever being a skinflint I wanted to pay nothing for it, but logic   more »



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