Author: root

  • Kubernetes – Issue Certificates With Cert-Manager And LetsEncrypt

    Kubernetes – Issue Certificates With Cert-Manager And LetsEncrypt

    Buying certificates, even the extended validation ones, is (in my opinion) part of the old ways. I personally don’t see the value in authorizing more than domain, or IP-address, ownership when issuing certificates via the PKI model. This can be done with Let’s Encrypt, and automated with cert-manager in your Kubernetes cluster. Here’s how I’ve […]

  • Docker – Allow Delete From Docker-Registry

    Docker – Allow Delete From Docker-Registry

    Once your start to build and push new, fresh docker images to your private registry. Or even worse, start automating CI/CD pipeline builds that builds and pushes.. You may end up with Docker images you do not want any more, or that you have created by mistake. Here’s how to remove them when you are […]

  • Passbolt – Backup/Export Password Database To Keepass

    Passbolt – Backup/Export Password Database To Keepass

    The quickest and easiest (once Passbolt is installed) to backup a Passbolt Database, is to export it to KeePass. Here’s how.’The quickest and easiest (once Passbolt is installed) to backup a Passbolt Database, is to export it to KeePass. Here’s how. Remember to keep it in a safe place, preferably encrypted cold-storage. Back me up […]

  • Fast GZip Compression With PIGZ

    Fast GZip Compression With PIGZ

    Compressing TAR archives with GZip can be.. slow. What if you could use all the threads available on your CPU? You can with PIGZ! Install on MacOS with Brew: Compress tar archives with pigz (high compressionrate) Save them bits 👾

  • Passbolt – Command Line Interface Go Application For MacOS (With TAB Completion)

    Passbolt – Command Line Interface Go Application For MacOS (With TAB Completion)

    With Passbolt installed and running, including Firefox add-on and iOS App, there is something missing.. What about. The terminal? Here’s how you install the terminal application on MacOs. First, make sure you have Go installed. If not, follow the install instructions on: https://go.dev/dl/ Second, update your .zshrc to make use of the correct $GOPATH: and […]