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Set Up CloudFlare Workers to Use Your Own Domain

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CloudFlare is the world’s leading provider of CDN solutions and domain name registration resolution solutions, and Workers is a serverless application based on its powerful CDN global cloud network.
Having previously shared a post about how to create a serverless reverse proxy using CloudFlare Workers, the long domain name (https://proxy1.51sec.workers.dev) created by this method is not suitable for sharing, so I was consider using my own domain name (https://proxy.51sec.org) to access it. Searched online, but about this piece of information is quite written unclear and difficult to start, so here to make a note for my own reference.

Build a Reverse Proxy Using Cloudflare Workers

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CloudFlare has always been known to webmasters for its domain name hosting service and CDN service. Recently I just found a free CloudFlare Workers service, which is a service that can run a specific JavaScript when accessing a web page and found a good use case to use JSPROXY building a Workers-Proxy (a reverse proxy). Here is my testing Site URL build before:   http://proxy.51sec.org Pre-requisites What you need is a free CloudFlare account. Nothing else.…

Gartner CASB (Cloud Access Security Brokers) Magic Quadrant (2019,2018,2017)

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Cloud access security brokers have become an essential element of any cloud security strategy, helping organizations govern the use of cloud and protect sensitive data in the cloud. Security and risk management leaders concerned about their organizations’ cloud use should investigate CASBs.

2019

In Gartner’s third annual Magic Quadrant for Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASB), Microsoft, McAfee, Netskope, Symantec (Broadcom), and Bitglass were named a Leader based on its completeness of vision and ability to execute in the CASB market.

GitHub Basic Usage

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GitHub is a Git repository hosting service, but it adds many of its own features. While Git is a command line tool, GitHub provides a Web-based graphical interface. It also provides access control and several collaboration features, such as a wikis and basic task management tools for every project.

This post is going to show some basic GitHub usage during my learning.

  • Create a new repository
  • Create your first new file
  • Fork
  • Get the link to direct download file

Create a New Repository

Create Free Tier Windows/Linux Virtual Machines in Azure Cloud

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Azure free tier provides following free services for 12 months after one month for your free $200 credit:

  1. 750 hours B1S VM Windows Virtual machines
  2. 750 hours B1S VM Linux Virtual machines
  3. 64GB x 1 Storage - 2 P6 SDDs
  4. 5 GB File Storage
  5. 250 GB SQL DB
  6. 15 GB Bandwidth (Data Transfer)
  7. etc

Basically, you can run two virtual machines (one for windows , one for linux) free for a year.

Troubleshooting WordPress Installation or Configuration Issue

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Redhat Openshift made a change from Openshift online 2 to online 3. Deadline is end of Sep 2017. My blog www.51sec.org which was hosted at Red Hat Openshift Online 2 environment for last a couple of years has been migrated from Redhat Openshift Platform to AWS Linux Free Tier a couple of days ago before deadline. At the beginning, migration process was easy and smooth since I am keeping same domain 51sec.org.

Also Wordpress plug-in "All-in-One WP Migration" helped a lot during this process. Whole blog was exported to a 120M package. Unfortunately I still got a problem when access www.51sec.org site later which is running on AWS Linux instance.

There are a couple of issues I found while migration or building new site. This post is a summary those issues I found
1. PHP is out of memory.
2. WordPress Site and Home URL Change
3. Change Upload file limitation 2M

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