T’nir has https again..

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I figured out how to use the SOCKS proxy at work to do ssh, so I’ve shut down the ssh server that was running on tnir on port 443 and re-enabled https (which uses that port).
So you can now once again access
SquirrelMail via https,
which keeps your email private.

Now if I could just figure out if it’s possible to create a free (as in beer) SSL certificate that won’t cause ever browser under the sun to throw up a warning/error dialog..

web site.

About rae

I'm a long-time Mac and iOS developer. I'm also a big fan of Ruby on Rails and relational databases. I tend to work remotely, in my basement with occasional trips to the office. I'm also a big videophile, both TV and film, and can't wait for a good, inexpensive home 4k solution.

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