Understanding Networks Definitions

PEM PEM stands for Privacy Enhanced mail, and was originally intended for use to secure email communication through the internet, but has since become a standard for internet security. It is used as a file type in Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)*, as a file format that stores cryptographic keys, such as SSL certificated along with…… Continue reading Understanding Networks Definitions

Week 11 – Packet Analysis

I ran Wireshark on my computer for 30s with everything closed besides Wireshark, and this was the result: https://videopress.com/v/7XHu6Byw?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&autoPlay=true&controls=false&loop=true&muted=true&persistVolume=false&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true Some question(s) after doing this and looking at the different packets: What is WireGuard Protocol? What is bogon? I did some traceroutes using ipifno.io and found some interesting things considering I had no software or webpages…… Continue reading Week 11 – Packet Analysis

Week 7 – More Server Fun w/ Nginx

Next, I followed DigitalOcean’s guide “How To Secure Nginx with Let’s Encrypt”. The first issue I ran into was when I was trying to obtain an SSL certificate — I went back and realized I had to add another A DNS record with ‘www.biancasbread.com’ as I only had one directed to ‘biancasbread.com’. Once I successfully…… Continue reading Week 7 – More Server Fun w/ Nginx

Week 6 – Nginx

I followed the “How To Install Nginx on Ubuntu” article on DigitalOcean– Next, I continued to follow the article through creating server blocks and a basic index.html page. However, so far I have gotten a “this site can’t be reached error”. In order to fix this issue, I need to actually connect my domain to…… Continue reading Week 6 – Nginx