S3 seems to really rule the roost for cloud-based Object Storage and it’s not really a surprise given how flexible it is; often seeing use as hosting for static websites, storing bulk analytics or logs or providing the storage backend for applications amongst many other uses. As S3 content often needs to be presented to the public for anonymous access; the contents of a Bucket are not encrypted by default . . .
This project came from the back of my desire to learn more about public key certificates ahead of deploying a two tier PKI for an enterprise network, ahead of this I thought it would be prudent to try something a little smaller scale and see how the nuts and bolts worked and try and deploy a simple single tier PKI at home and see how it could be leveraged. Cryptography . . .
After seeing this configuration deployed in enterprise I struggled to understand how it worked, so I picked up a UniFi AC-AP access point second hand and set around seeing how to do it using open source platforms. Knowing that this required a certificate authority to work and RADIUS I figured I could eventually get it to work, but having never used RADIUS to any great degree it wasn’t without it’s . . .
Once upon a time I used to rely on nothing but a Secure Shell for access to my internal network, however this became more and more impractical the more things I stood up on the network and the more things I needed access to from my phone the less time I spent carrying a laptop with me. Given my long time favouritism for OpenVPN and how much the platform had . . .