Category: Tutorials

  • Enhancing Your Website’s Security: The Importance of a .well-known/security.txt

    Enhancing Your Website’s Security: The Importance of a .well-known/security.txt

    In today’s digital age, website security is paramount. One often overlooked yet highly effective method to bolster your site’s defenses is by implementing a .well-known/security.txt file. This file serves as a beacon for security researchers, allowing them to report vulnerabilities directly to you in a standardized and secure manner. In this article, we’ll explore the…

  • The Usefulness of FluxCD in Kubernetes Cluster Management

    The Usefulness of FluxCD in Kubernetes Cluster Management

    Managing Kubernetes clusters can be complex, requiring constant updates, configurations, and monitoring. FluxCD, an open-source tool, simplifies this process through GitOps, enabling continuous delivery and automation. This article delves into the usefulness of FluxCD in Kubernetes cluster management, highlighting its features, benefits, and practical applications.

  • Securely Deploy SearxNG on Kubernetes

    Securely Deploy SearxNG on Kubernetes

    I am sure it is not news for anyone at this point, that the major search engine providers (namely Google Search, Micro$oft Bing etc) hoover up all the data they can get their hands on from their users/customers. The problem and data race has accelerated even further with the hunt for data for training large…

  • SSH Easy Bastion with ProxyJump

    SSH Easy Bastion with ProxyJump

    SSH has become the de-facto standard for accessing *nix based systems, even Window$ in some setups. It’s used for administration, file transfer and tcp connection tunneling among other things. It is a valuable endpoint that needs protection behind the perimeter. VPN setups can add unnecessary complexity, a bastion is enough, even better if the UX…

  • Kubernetes – Simple Readiness and Liveness Probe, for Simple Nginx Deployments

    Kubernetes – Simple Readiness and Liveness Probe, for Simple Nginx Deployments

    When deploying an Nginx pod for the sake of making some files available on the internet (because why use S3 or Minio, keep it simple… and private). Standard procedure with Kubernetes deployments is to have a liveness and readiness endpoint. This can be done with some Nginx configuration, or better yet, a file served from…