David Coulson on 29 Aug 2015 07:21:08 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] Securing Web Site for External Traffic

On 8/29/15 9:42 AM, Timothy Marion wrote:
I would go with HTTPS. HTTPS is good enough for all the online stores and banks it should protect a baby monitor. I do this as a hobby and do not have the production experience that others on list list have. I was able to setup a self signed cert and https on my VPS. It was not a walk in the park but it was not rocket science. If I can do most anybody could.
Depends what you're trying to accomplish - HTTPS/TLS only secures the transport, and does not provide access control capabilities. You can certainly do certificate based authentication, but that's a bear to manage and support.

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