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Let’s Encrypt Enters Public Beta

There’s a new certificate authority in town, and it seeks to change the way we think about web security.  Let’s Encrypt, run by the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG), a partnership of a number of Internet-focused organizations like the EFF, Mozilla, Cisco, Akamai, and now Facebook, entered it’s public beta period this week and is […]

Using Mailman with Vesta on CentOS 6

About a year and a half ago I moved several of my websites to a server running the VestaCP control panel. At the time I posted an extensive review of the software, including a footnote that I found a way to get Mailman working with it. Apparently this is something a lot of people want […]

Welcome Back

Several years ago I became connected with Tay House and, shortly after, found myself developing the troop’s website. At that time, we had the domain name Through my work, the troop was able to develop a new communications mechanism and gained highly favorable search engine placements rather quickly. We got lots of great comments […]