2011

Force HTTPS WordPress admin

    

If you want WordPress to force TLS encryption for the admin part of the site, then:

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Vous n’avez pas les droits suffisants pour accéder à cette page.

    

Hein ? Guoi ? Bais c’est boi… Gommandant Midchel… Non non, mon clavier n’a pas chopé un rhume empêchant ainsi WordPress de reconnaitre mon mot de passe… C’est juste que j’ai suivi le conseil de “WP - Database Security” et remplacé le préfixe wp_ de mes tables WP par quelque chose de plus… sécurisé différent. Bref, tout se passe bien jusqu’au moment où je veux me logguer sur l’interface d’admin. C’est là que surgit alors “Vous n’avez pas les droits suffisants pour accéder à cette page.”

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Back to the sea ; the mail server (SMTP, IMAP, GreyList, RBL...), episode X

    

Like I did with NetBSD, this is how to build an almost complete Mail Server with OpenBSD. We’re gonna use a Dovecot IMAP server and a Postfix SMTP server. Postfix will use Dovecot as a SASL service. Both will use LDAP to identify valid users and e-mail aliases. Mail sanitization will be provided by RBL, from Postfix, and by the spamd shipped with OpenBSD.

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Back to the sea ; the virtual private network (VPN), episode IX

    

I use VPN to remotely connect to my home-LAN when I’m away. I’ve tried may kinds of VPN ; from IPsec (point-to-point) to SSL through L2TP. I found that the easiest one to implement, when using various OS client, was VPN/SSL. And the easiest software to be used by any OS, or at least any I use, was OpenVPN. From Windows to OSX through NetBSD, there’s an available binary. So let’s create the server on OpenBSD.

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Back to the sea ; the logging program (Syslog), episode VIII

    

Logs are for program what speech is to human. People says what’s wrong (most of the time ;), program log it. Here’s how I use syslog-ng to get a central syslog system.

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