Encrypt/Decrypt folders on Linux using Openssl to securely backup your files
In my previous two posts I have introduced how to encrypt and decrypt a string and files in Linux using Openssl. I have expanded the script to encrypt and decrypt folders in Linux using Openssl which you can use to e.g. securely backup your files You can get the
Encrypt/Decrypt files on Linux using Openssl
In my previous post I have introduced how to encrypt and decrypt a string in Linux using Openssl. I have expanded the script to encrypt and decrypt files in Linux using Openssl You can get the source for this on Github: https://github.com/terencejackson8000/encrypt_decrypt. The script extension
Encrypt/Decrypt a string on Linux using Openssl
In this blog post I am going to show you how you can use Openssl to encrypt and decrypt a string on the command line in Linux. Prerequisites The prerequisite is that you have Openssl installed. Please read through this blog post on how to do this: https://www.howtoforge.
Microsoft Flow schedule to post content to social media automatically
In my previous posts I have shown you how to schedule posts to a Teams channel. You can use the same flows to post content automatically to social media, in this case to LinkedIn. As of now this is only possible for a company update and you should quickly check
Microsoft Flow/Power Automate: Post to Teams channel
Posting automatically to a Teams channel can help you increase efficiencies big time. E.g. if you want to update your colleagues or friends on a daily basis about certain events or you want to use an event based trigger like when a new deal is closed this can help
SuiteCRM V8 API Wrapper in Python get relationships
As described in my previous post I have written a small Python wrapper for the SuiteCRM V8 API. You can find the source code on Github. The initial version is now extended to be able to fetch data for relationships. E.g. if you have an opportunity there are (typically)
Microsoft Graph API: Insufficient privileges to complete the operation.
I was playing around with Django and django-allauth to use existing authentication providers and do not need to hassle with my own user management. When trying to implement a Microsoft login, I was getting the following error: Insufficient privileges to complete the operation. Sometimes you are not getting the actual
Openhab 3.2 on Docker: no monotonic clock was available
When I was updating my Openhab version to Openhab 3.2 on Docker I was getting the following error: OpenJDK Client VM warning: No monotonic clock was available - timed services may be adversely affected if the time-of-day clock changes This lead to not being able to start Openhab 3.
Run InvoiceNinja 5 behind a reverse proxy with a Let's encrypt SSL/TLS certificate
In this post I am showing you what you need to do to setup InvoiceNinja 5 behind a reverse proxy and using a Let's encrypt SSL/TLS certificate to secure it. In my last two blog post I have described you how to setup InvoiceNinja 5 using the docker image
Run InvoiceNinja 5 Docker installation with a SSL/TLS certificate
In this post you will learn how to secure your InvoiceNinja 5 docker installation with a SSL/TLS certificate. This will securely encrypt the communication between the client and the server part of InvoiceNinja 5 and is hence a key part if you're running this on a public URL. In