Been doing a lot of spring cleaning lately and every now and then I stumble into walls that send me down rabbit holes. Sucks for me, but it’s great for you. I use this site to document the process for myself, and in the process share some tips for anyone that might need it.Continue reading “NET::ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID When Moving SSL Certs Between Servers”
Sometimes you just want to see what someone is sending to your website. But how? Access logs by themselves can be pretty vanilla, you can see that a user made a POST request, but what exactly did they send?
Caution: This could include sensitive information like log in credentials, credit card information, and other sensitive data. Oh yeah, it will create massive log files that could create Disk I/O issues as well. Recommend doing this in a testing, troubleshooting, capacity only.
You can see what’s in the POST request by using the dumpio module for ApacheContinue reading “How to capture POST Requests on Webserver / Website”
When you add a domain to your new Ubuntu 18.04 web server you need to take a few steps to make sure the web server recognizes the request.
Note: All commands below assume they are being run in terminal.Continue reading “Apache – Configuring VirtualHosts on Ubuntu 18.04”