Let’s Encrypt Archive

Recommended links #6

I know it’s Friday and the weekend is near, but here’s a list of cool recommendations: [How To] Add custom fonts to WordPress; The full version of Magix Music Maker is now FREE! Password rules are bullshit; Grep is loosing it’s grip; 21% of the websites still use insecure SHA-1 certificates; Optimize your images for the

A new project

Let me tell you a little bit about how I ended up investing some resources in a project I didn’t plan before. Two days ago I found in my feed a post from a forum where some user was giving a link to a dirt cheap domain + hosting offer launched by some Spanish provider.

Setup mailcow with Let’s Encrypt

A while back, while searching for a good mail server suite I came across mailcow which was built based on the following open source software: Postfix Dovecot Nginx/Apache2 Spamassassin ClamAV MariaDB/MySQL OpenDKIM Roundcube SabreDAV Given that the suite looked promising and that the screenshots convinced me that it had a modern interface I decided to

Let’s Encrypt came too late

When I first heard about Let’s Encrypt I was pretty skeptical simply because I didn’t think someone could offer for free what Comodo and many others were offering for at least $50 a year without any backfires. And if the unfair competition perfectly patented before by companies like Microsoft would have been the least of