If you are using an Apache Proxy for Domino please check HTTPEnableConnectorHeaders

Jesper Kiær  has posted a very compelling video showing how the HTTPEnableConnectorHeaders = 1 notes.ini parameter can be used to gain access to Domino servers. We no longer use the Apache proxy scheme as the SSL support in Domino has improved but I tested this on one of our development servers by setting HTTPEnableConnectorHeaders = 1 …

When using Apache in front of Domino you need the NE rewrite attribute

Over the last week or so I have been moving to using an Apache server in front of my Domino servers. This has been working really well until I had a problem with Mark Leusink’s Auto Login’s module The code includes some code that calls a url constructed as /autoLogins_v113.nsf/rememberMe.xsp?to=/dev/preprodprojectlibrary.nsf The Apache rewrite engine returns this …

Solving the SSL V3 / SHA-2 / TLS / MD5 / Poodle problem on Linux – Part 3 – Converting a Domino SSL certificate / Private Key to Apache

Part 1 – What is the problem Part 2 – Installing a simple Linux Reverse Proxy on the same box ( 20 mins ) Part 3 – ( This Post ) Converting your Domino SSL Certificate to work with Apache (30 mins ) Thankfully this post is now obsolete – see this IBM article which includes …

Solving the SSL V3 / SHA-2 / TLS / MD5 / Poodle problem on Linux – Part 2 – Deploying Apache with Domino

Part 1 – What is the problem Part 2 – ( This Post ) Installing a simple Linux Reverse Proxy on the same box ( 20 mins ) Part 3 – Converting your Domino SSL Certificate to work with Apache (30 mins ) The Fix This fix is to add an Apache Server in front of Domino …