How can you easily lock down proxy hosts on the Nginx Proxy Manager with Access List protection? I recently deployed many services in Docker containers that I’ve exposed via the Nginx Proxy Manager. But some of these services should not be accessible for everyone. Or you have specific applications that don’t have any user authentication and you want not everyone to access them. With a simple Access List in Nginx Proxy Manager, you can define a custom policy based on credentials or IP addresses. Let’s have a look at how that works.
What is an SSL Wildcard Cert and how does it work on the Nginx Proxy Manager? A Wildcard Cert is a Certificate that is not just valid for a specific Domain or Subdomain but all. It includes a “Wildcard” identified by a * in the domain name, which is just a placeholder for any string. … Read more
With a self-hosted password manager, you get all the data under your control! In this tutorial, we will set up the free open-source password manager server Bitwarden. Bitwarden offers a free available On-Premise solution of their password manager backend server. Where to deploy? Bitwarden can be deployed on a Linux server or easily on DigitalOcean … Read more
I recently started to discover some hacking and penetration testing challenges. Therefore, I’ve spent some time setting up my environment properly. I’ll show you how to install Kali Linux WSL 2 on Windows 10 via the Windows Subsystem for Linux. And of course, we also will set up our graphical user interface with KEX. Install … Read more