Posts tagged security
I’ve just made a little discovery so thought I would note it in in these pages because I’m sure I’ll need it again.
I’m investigating Amazon’s EC2 at that moment and am trying to put some code up there and struggling to use FTP securely to do it. I use FileZilla on Ubuntu and it seems that FileZilla’s site manager wants me to enter a user name password combination to login to the EC2 instance. However in accordance with Amazon’s recommendations I’m running without user passwords but am instead using public key authentication. But there appears to be More >
So I’m going to try to produce an on-line version of my Arcanicity Index. It will be very simple system, and because I don’t have a fag packet on which to sketch it out, I’ll list the specification below.
The user will be asked to enter some text and then click a button market Process. DeepThought will then sit and ponder for 7 and half million years and respond with “42″. Either that or it will provide the visitor with some text statistics and an More >