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From Emmanuel E <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] [DEV-REQUEST] mod_ifenv ported to Apache2
Date Tue, 25 Jul 2006 10:12:24 GMT
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thanks for the link. but what would be really nice is if the link could
be automatically included in the email (as part of the signature) while
being sent out.<br>
two caveats on dynamic ip domains<br>
1) has a wildcard certificate so it could m-i-t-m anything it
wanted since it also controls the dns<br>
2) a very remote possibility that in the few seconds between your ip
changing and your domain getting updated (or in case your machine goes
down for quite some time, no-ip dosent get updated and keeps pointing
to the last reported dynamic ip, and someone else gets your dynamic ip)
someone else could get another cert issued if he gets your old dynamic
sorry i guess i cant help you out of ssl virtual hosting, cos i havent
heard of anything better than mod_gnutls so far<br>
SithLord wrote:
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  <pre wrap="">On Tuesday 25 July 2006 11:26, Emmanuel E wrote:

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    <pre wrap=""> if youre worried about a man in the middle attack but still want a
man's hosting you could get a one month trial certificate from
for practically any domain (including dynamic ones like
during the trial period (they basically set the certificate to expire in a
month's time) you can be free of m-i-t-m attacks. but even after the trial
period all you have is an expired certificate - which except for the date
and the browser pop-up which says that the cert has expired is still free
from m-i-t-m attacks.
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That's a good point.

  <blockquote type="cite">
    <pre wrap=""> im sorry i didnt follow the entire thread so am not sure if the above
help you in anyway. it would be nice if each message from the list would
include a http link to a message thread somewhere...
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