Creating a more secure Raspberry PI

Having a PI connected is better with a openSSL server…

http://readwrite.com/2014/04/10/raspberry-pi-vpn-tutorial-server-secure-web-browsing

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Fix Maverikcs “One or more items in… can’t be changed because they are in use” error

If you’re getting  “One or more items in… can’t be changed because they are in use” error copying from external disk here the easy fix: 

launch terminal and use the following command:

xattr -d com.apple.FinderInfo <filename>

Example:

xattr -d com.apple.FinderInfo Kitesurf-Mavericks.mp4

 

 

Configure Rasberry PI SSL for free

First step: create your own certification authority private key:

openssl genrsa -out myPersonalCA.key 2048

Second step: create your own certification authority:

openssl req -x509 -new -key myPersonalCA.key -out myPersonalCA.cer -days 730

Now you can sign certificates.
With this certificate, let’s proceed to generate our SSL certificate.

 

Third step: create your own SSL private key:

openssl genrsa -out myCertificate.key 2048

 

Fourth step: create the personal SSL request:

openssl req -new -out myCertificate.req -key myCertificate.key

Fifth step: create the personal SSL certificate

openssl x509 -req -in myCertificate.req -out myCertificate.cer -CAkey myPersonalCA.key

-CA myPersonalCA.cer -days 365 -CAcreateserial -CAserial serial

 

the output file myCertificate.cer and myCertificate.key should be used in your apache configuration.

 

 
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