How to find your Windows product key

If you’re planning on doing a re-installation of Windows, it’s a good idea to make a backup of your product key. If the Certificate of Authenticity has become unreadable due to wear and tear and you don’t have a note of it anywhere else then this simple script will tell you what your product key
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August 14, 2015

How to patch your server against CVE-2015-5477

CVE-2015-5477 is a vulnerability in the popular BIND DNS software. Below is a guide on how to patch your server against this vulnerability: Ubuntu: CentOS: You will need to enable the Continuous Release (CR) Repository in order to get this patch, this can be done using the following commands Optionally, once the above steps have
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August 4, 2015

Enabling SPDY on NGINX

SPDY (pronounced speedy) is the new protocol developed by Google to replace HTTP and is supported in all major browsers. It is very simple to enable to get this up and running, all you need in NGINX installed on your web server with an SSL certificate. Firstly, ensure your NGINX is enabled with SPDY support
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July 22, 2015