Deno is a new implementation of a runtime environment by the original creator of Node. v1 came about roughly a year ago and it’s basically a redo of Node with all the insights gained and the newest proven technologies at its core. Deno is implemented in Rust and sports TypeScript as a native and first class citizen. By default Deno has no local access, it has to be given explicitly which is the right way to secure things. It has integrated tooling such as a bundler and a formatter and it loads external components via URI, so it’s basically SOA-ready by nature.Meet Deno, the new Node weiterlesen
Modern Web Security is enabled and handled with up-to-date industry standards and solid service-oriented solutions for Identification, Authentication, Authorization, Access Control and Access Delegation, Encryption and Data Security.
Here’s an overview of contemporary industry standards for all that:
Ein guter Vortrag zum Thema “saubere Softwareentwicklung”:
These commands enable a working access via SSH using keys:
chmod 0700 ~/.ssh
chmod 0600 ~/.ssh/*
I always forget this and get really annoyed when keys don’t work. So here you are.
If you need to know information on a web ssl certificate, but the accompaning URL redirects inmediately, it can be difficult to optain that information. Here’s how you do it in the CLI:
openssl s_client -connect foo.example.com:443 < /dev/null | openssl x509 -text