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Laravel – Redirecting HTTP to HTTPS

Introduction Once you have an SSL certificate configured, the next step is to redirect unencrypted traffic. There are several methods of doing this. Within your application (Laravel), by the web server (Apache or Nginx) or by the frontend (load balancer)…. Continue Reading →

Google Cloud – SSL Certificates the Easy Way

Introduction I use SSL certificates for everything. I am constantly creating them for internal systems and cloud services. This includes services such as web servers, SQL servers, anything where you might use a paid SSL certificate, or a self-signed certificate… Continue Reading →

Google Cloud Run – HTTPS – Part 2

Introduction This article discusses HTTP to HTTPS redirection in software. I will show you one method of server-side redirects in Python 3 and Flask. I will start by analyzing the HTTP headers received by a Cloud Run container application and… Continue Reading →

Google Cloud Run – HTTPS – Part 1

Introduction This article discusses HTTP to HTTPS redirection as implemented by Google Cloud Run. Today, all websites should deliver traffic over HTTPS. Google Cloud has adopted this policy providing HTTPS for Cloud Run service URLs with automatic redirects from HTTP to… Continue Reading →

Let’s Encrypt – Debian 9 on Google Compute Instance

Let’s Encrypt is a Certificate Authority (CA) that issues free SSL certifications. I have used these certificates on web servers, cloud functions, load balancers, and many more. In this article I will show how to obtain an SSL certificate from… Continue Reading →

CURL SSL Certificate Problem

Part 1 – The CURL command-line program If curl is not set up correctly for SSL (HTTPS) data transfers an error is displayed. The error message starts like this: curl: (60) SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate… Continue Reading →

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