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Whilst working with one of my AIX customers recently I discovered a problem with NIMSH and SSL. The customer had updated their NIM master from AIX 7.1 TL4 SP1 to AIX 7.1 TL4 SP3. After the SP update, any attempt to connect to a NIM client (over NIMSH+SSL), from the NIM master, would simply hang. For example, we tried to list the filesets on the NIM client with this command, which never returned any output.   [[email protected]]/ # #nim -o lslpp 750lpar9   The /var/adm/ras/#nimsh.log file, on the NIM client, showed that the NIMSH session stopped here:   … Thu Jan 12 read more...

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This week, Chrome For Android M26 was announced. It has the literally-awesome ability to record video via `getUserMedia()`, but enough about making Skype irrelevant. What’s even more inte#resting is the new #data compression feature. Which, to be clear, is experimental, has to be #switched on, doesn’t apply to secure (SSL) sites, and it’s only running Read the read more...

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This week, Chrome For Android M26 was announced. It has the literally-awesome ability to record video via `getUserMedia()`, but enough about making Skype irrelevant. What’s even more inte#resting is the new #data compression feature. Which, to be clear, is experimental, has to be #switched on, doesn’t apply to secure (SSL) sites, and it’s only running Read the read more...

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I've been #reading a #lot of articles that mention the SSL certificate, and I was wondering if it's a must for every site to have it or not? I hear they are expensive. Is it true? What is their true read more...

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Turn off F5's 'Session Tickets' or patch the #bug to survive 'Ticketbleed' There's a new branded bug in town, but thankfully it only hurts kit made by F5 read more...

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Turn off F5's 'Session Tickets' or patch the #bug to survive 'Ticketbleed' There's a new branded bug in town, but thankfully it only hurts kit made by F5 read more...

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My Dear debuggers, In the last time I had a discussion with a customer using Blueworkslive. As a non IT specialist he was very satisfied with that product because of its simplicity and intuitive handling. Now he asked me if there is a way to connect to other tools to extend functionality.  BWL is a simple design tool for creating Process Blueprints and workflows. Whereas workflows can be used to design and run #processes with human interaction, the Process Blueprint represent only a model of a possible process but you cannot run it as it is. If you want to use the Process Blueprint as read more...

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My Dear debuggers, In the last time I had a discussion with a customer using Blueworkslive. As a non IT specialist he was very satisfied with that product because of its simplicity and intuitive handling. Now he asked me if there is a way to connect to other tools to extend functionality.  BWL is a simple design tool for creating Process Blueprints and workflows. Whereas workflows can be used to design and run #processes with human interaction, the Process Blueprint represent only a model of a possible process but you cannot run it as it is. If you want to use the Process Blueprint as read more...

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A note from the editors: This article is part one of a two-part series exploring the new HTTP/2 protocol and using it responsibly. Be sure to read part two, Considering How We Use HTTP/2.With HTTP/2 ticking up steadily in use, it?s clear that there?s something to this long overdue update to the protocol. Implementing it, however, not only changes how websites are delivered to the user, it demands that we think critically about how we migrate existing sites to the protocol. More importantly, it demands that we consider our #users? capabilities. Whether you?ve already migrated your site to read more...

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A note from the editors: This article is part one of a two-part series exploring the new HTTP/2 protocol and using it responsibly. Be sure to read part two, Considering How We Use HTTP/2.With HTTP/2 ticking up steadily in use, it?s clear that there?s something to this long overdue update to the protocol. Implementing it, however, not only changes how websites are delivered to the user, it demands that we think critically about how we migrate existing sites to the protocol. More importantly, it demands that we consider our #users? capabilities. Whether you?ve already migrated your site to read more...

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Budapest Business JournalSSL certification becomes #timely for Hungarian websitesBudapest Business JournalAs approximately 25-30% of Hungarian websites are thought not to be SSL certified, according to experts, gaining such a certificate is becoming timely after Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox recently updated browsers, downgrading the ranks of sites ...and read more...

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Budapest Business JournalSSL certification becomes #timely for Hungarian websitesBudapest Business JournalAs approximately 25-30% of Hungarian websites are thought not to be SSL certified, according to experts, gaining such a certificate is becoming timely after Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox recently updated browsers, downgrading the ranks of sites ...and read more...

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Did you know that if you do #not have an SSL certificate if your web does not serve your URL The post Not having HTTPS could #penalize the SEO of your website? appeared first on Web Hosting Blog by read more...

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Did you know that if you do #not have an SSL certificate if your web does not serve your URL The post Not having HTTPS could #penalize the SEO of your website? appeared first on Web Hosting Blog by read more...

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A note from the editors: This article is part one of a two-part series exploring the new HTTP/2 protocol and using it responsibly. Be sure to read part two, Considering How We Use HTTP/2.With HTTP/2 ticking up steadily in use, it?s clear that there?s something to this long overdue update to the protocol. Implementing it, however, not only changes how websites are delivered to the user, it demands that we think critically about how we migrate existing sites to the protocol. More importantly, it demands that we consider our #users? capabilities. Whether you?ve already migrated your site to read more...

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A note from the editors: This article is part one of a two-part series exploring the new HTTP/2 protocol and using it responsibly. Be sure to read part two, Considering How We Use HTTP/2.With HTTP/2 ticking up steadily in use, it?s clear that there?s something to this long overdue update to the protocol. Implementing it, however, not only changes how websites are delivered to the user, it demands that we think critically about how we migrate existing sites to the protocol. More importantly, it demands that we consider our #users? capabilities. Whether you?ve already migrated your site to read more...

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Public-private partnership to #develop on-orbit robotic servicer that would radically lower the risk and cost of #space read more...

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Public-private partnership to #develop on-orbit robotic servicer that would radically lower the risk and cost of #space read more...

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