In a previous post I explained how to publish VAC (Veeam Availability Console) web service over Internet, to allow administrators and tenants to consume it. This time, we’ll complete the publishing by adding a proper SSL certificate to the Web Interface.
Improved Powershell script for Let’s Encrypt certificate renewals
In my previous article about Let’s Encrypt certificates Use Let’s Encrypt free certificates in Windows for Veeam Cloud Connect I explained the basics of Let’s Encrypt technology, and how to use its certificates on a Windows machine using ACMEsharp libraries with Powershell. I found out that the previous script had a problem with renewals, so I went on to fix it.
Use Let’s Encrypt free certificates in Windows for Veeam Cloud Connect
One year ago I built a complete and dedicated lab in order to permanently test and demonstrate Veeam Cloud Connect. The lab had been designed to operate as a production environment, and was also used for the Veeam Cloud Connect book I wrote. After a year, my SSL certificate was about to expire, so I […]
SSL protection and its legacy problems, or is it greed and laziness?
I started to blog when I was already working on virtualization technologies, but before this I was a security consultant, and I still hold my CISSP certification. So, for once I’m writing something about security more than virtualization, because this news about SSL totally deserves an article. TLS is hard… let’s keep SSL for a […]