John Hanley

Security, software development and devops in a cloud world - AWS, Azure, Google, IBM & Alibaba

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Never Implement Proxy TLS Interception

Introduction I was answering a question on StackOverflow. The questioner has implemented Proxy TLS Interception which is very dangerous. I am reposting this thread on my website to share the details of my answer. The Question: how to configure Google… 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 SQL for MySQL – Connection Security, High Availability and Failover

Introduction Designing an application that incorporates Google Cloud SQL requires some thought. There are several factors to consider regarding security, performance, fault tolerance and availability. Incorrectly implementing one of these areas can affect the other areas, usually negatively. In this… Continue Reading →

Security – Key Pairs and Private-Public Keys

Table of Contents Introduction Definitions Example Private & Public Keys OpenSSH Public Keys SSH-2 Public Keys Examining OpenSSH Public Keys Introduction There is a lot of confusion and inaccurate information on the Internet about Key Pairs and Private/Public keys. This… Continue Reading →

Google Professional Cloud Security Engineer Certification

Date created: January 30, 2019 Last updated: May 5, 2019 Exam Completed: February 15, 2019 Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Post Exam Review Part 3: Daily Study Part 4: Tips and Advice Part 5: Final Exam Update March 29, 2019…. Continue Reading →

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