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  1. Hi all, I've currently been using a cookie as a "remind me" value for keeping users logged in for an entire day. Now, after googling about cookie security it all comes down to the same underlying statements. Cookies are not secure, and any data it contains is by extension, also not secure. Now, due to the fact that I need the "remind me" functionality, I was wondering what the best practice for this is. All my users have a UUID assigned to them, which is a 36-char long random string (in a specific pattern). At the moment, I store that UUID in the cookie, and if the system fin
  2. Well, since no one was able to help me, and I've eventually managed to fix this, I'll add my solution (and problems) in this post. So, I needed to connect to a Soap Service using WSSE. Not with a user/pass auth in it, but with a client certificate, a binary security token and such wonderful things. First, I needed to make a p12 certificate file, using my client certificate (with the cert chain) and my private key (used to request the client certificate). Next, I needed to convert the p12 file to a BASE64 encoded pem file. Finally, in the soap_client constructor, you need to add "l
  3. The above is still an issue, anyone?
  4. Hi all, I've been struggling for months with a connection to a DataPower webservice using PHP. In SoapUI I've managed to get a response (an error message, but a response non the less) but in php, Soap always returns a NULL value. The service in question requires me to use a client certificate. Creating a p12 keystore with my private key (used to request the certificate) and the complete certificate chain provided by the service host, I'm able to get a connection using SoapUI (by using ssl for each request with the formentioned p12 file) Now, I want to accomplisch the same thing i
  5. Hi all I have about 150 virtual hosts configured in nginx. these hosts all have the same configuration with exception of the domain name, and the paths for said domain. each time I need to change a setting on one of the hosts, I need to replicate the change on ALL the domains. is there a way to "include" these configurations into the server block, to prevent me from changing each block? It needs to be includable cause there are other virtual hosts that deviate from the normal. and do not need those configurations. Thanks for any advice
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