Recuperar tu contraseña de un certificado digital?

Esta pregunta es un poco rara, pero bien, resulta que en su momento tenia el certificado digital importado en el google chrome, pero tu ve que formatear el PC y se me borró, aun así tengo el certificado encriptado con una pass y para poder importarlo de nuevo al navegador, necesito esa pass y no la recuerdo. He probado varias que suelo usar y no hay manera… Asi que imagino que pondría alguna facil de recordar, pero ahora mismo no me sale. Me gustaria a ver si hay forma de desencriptarla ya que como bien debeis saber no hay forma de recuperar la contraseña y la unica forma sería solicitar un nuevo certificado.

He estado probando en una maquina virtual, con el crackpkcs12 pero no hay manera de ponerlo en marcha, cuando lo instalo y empieza a darme errores. Adjunto imagen.

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Conoceis de alguna otra herramienta que me pueda servir para recuperar la contraseña de una extension .p12? Y así evitar pedir un nuevo certificado?

Muchas gracias de antemano!

digital ocean – Nginx sever 502

I know this has been answerd before but none of the solutions worked for me.

I installed an update on my digitalocean droplet and then rebooted it only to find my site down with a 502 error.

Running: sudo tail -100 /var/log/nginx/error.log gives me:

2021/04/21 13:28:15 (crit) 23183#23183: *6744 SSL_do_handshake() failed (SSL: error:1420918C:SSL routines:tls_early_post_process_client_hello:version too low) while SSL handshaking, client: 192.241.217.146, server: 0.0.0.0:443
2021/04/21 17:59:08 (crit) 23183#23183: *6928 SSL_do_handshake() failed (SSL: error:1420918C:SSL routines:tls_early_post_process_client_hello:version too low) while SSL handshaking, client: 172.105.13.165, server: 0.0.0.0:443
2021/04/21 22:52:02 (error) 833#833: *2 connect() failed (111: Connection refused) while connecting to upstream, client: 108.162.241.244, server: site.com, request: "GET / HTTP/1.1", upstream: "http://127.0.0.1:5000/", host: "site.com

What does: SSL: error:1420918C:SSL routines:tls_early_post_process_client_hello:version too low mean and how can I fix it?

Note: Nginx is running and I’ve tried restarting it, also running nginx -t says everything is successful.

Thank You Digital Point

I just wanted to do a quick post to thank Digital Point and everyone involved in the community forum.

I’ve been a member since 2007, and I’ve been helped by so many people over the years. I’ve run quite a few contests over the past 14 years, and each and every time the members of this forum have delivered.

I’ve also formed long term relationships with Designers, Developers and Marketers, that I have ended up employing full time, after finding them through this forum, which I am extremely grateful for.

I’m currently in the process of setting up a Online Bookmaking Website, targeting Horse Racing in Australia, and I would love to hear from anyone who has experience working for an Online Bookmaker, particular in the horse racing industry. Feel free to PM me.

Also, when I first went out on my own 10 years ago, I was severely let down by an offshore web developer that had control of my entire business, including Emails, Website, Database etc, and they just dropped off the face of the earth.

It was one of the most stressful times of my life.

After a few nights spent curled up in a ball feeling sorry for myself, I started the search for a new web developer. However this time, I was determined not to make the same mistake, so I came up with quite a rigorous process to find the best developer. I wasn’t looking for the cheapest developer, because the one I had previously was extremely cheap, and they let me down massively. I was just after someone who was honest, reliable, trustworthy, whose work was decent and was reasonably priced.

Through the Digital Point forum, I was able to find the right team based in India, and I’ve been with them for over 8 years now, thanks to Digital Point, and they haven’t let me down.
SEMrush

I won’t mention them publicly on this forum, as I don’t want to inundate them with enquiries, but if you are looking for a reliable web development team, that are reasonably priced and great at communicating, then feel free to PM me.

Thanks again for everything Digital Point, and hopefully looking forward to hearing from anyone who has had experience with Online Bookmakers operating on Horse Racing.

Cheers

Jake Howard
Sydney, Australia

 

plugins – Easy Digital Downloads – Cart not working on AWS hosting

We have a site hosted on AWS. But, the Easy Digital Downloads cart is not working properly. Items added to cart disappears and the items are not removed as well. Also, there is no any cache plugin installed. There are only some basic plugins installed and there is no error on browser console.

Can someone hopefully shed some light on this?

Thank you.

dslr – What options do I have for GPS/Geotagging with a digital SLR?

I’m actually going to answer the question with a wider focus than just the 5D or dSLRs, but for interchangeable-lens system cameras in general, to try and get a more useful answer.

When it comes to geotagging your images with a system camera, there are several options, some rely on the camera feature set, and some don’t. I’m listing them from least to most effort (and possibly most to least cost, assuming you have a smartphone).

1. Get a camera that geotags.

Some cameras have geotagging and GPS capability built-in. For example, swapping from a 5D to a 6D would gain you this capability, and you’d just have to switch it on in the camera. This is by far the most convenient path to take, with the main caveats of reduced battery life and a more expensive camera.

2. Get an OEM add-on for GPS.

Nikon and Canon both make GPS devices (Nikon GP-1, Canon GP-E2) that can be connected to some of their camera bodies, and relay the GPS information so that geotags can be added to the EXIF as you shoot. They may not be the best GPS receivers on the planet, but they speak directly to the camera so you don’t have to do the geotagging in post.

3. Get a camera with wi-fi and a smartphone app that geotags.

A number of system cameras these days come with wi-fi capability and the ability to communicate with an OEM smartphone app. Many of these apps can also use the GPS/location functionality of the phone to add geotagging data to the camera EXIF. Canon’s app, however only seems to do this with Powershots, not their dSLRs. And the Nikon and Sony apps have no geotagging function. But the Olympus, Panasonic, and Fuji apps can add geotagging with compatible camera bodies. You pair the phone with the Wi-Fi network of the camera, turn on locationing, and go shoot–there may be a syncing step to add the tagging. Again, battery life of the camera and the phone are probably your main concerns.

4. Get an external device or a smartphone app to create a GPS log or track file and sync with photos in post via timestamps.

If you don’t have a fancy camera that does GPS or Wi-Fi, and can’t recognize GPS add-ons directly, then this is probably your only bet. The good news is, you can choose whatever GPS receiver/app you want so long as you can get a track or log file from it. You may have to convert the track to a format your geotagging software understands (e.g., GPX), but the open-source GPSBabel can handle most formats. Your main concerns here are that you’ll have to sync the clock on the camera before each shoot, and you will want to discover if the GPS track requires timeshifting to match your camera clock (but again, software can cover most of this).

5. Adding location geotags manually via an application.

Many photo processing software packages (e.g., Lightroom, iPhoto, Picasa) allow you to manually add geotagging into the EXIF of a photo by locating where the image was taken on a map. Obviously, the main drawbacks here are the accuracy of the information, and that it needs to be done on an individual image/location basis.

paperwork – What are my options for getting a digital vaccine passport in the USA?

Related: Can I convert the CDC vaccination card issued for COVID into an International Certificate of Vaccination?

I finally got my second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine in the USA. I received my white CDC “COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card”, but I’ve been hearing a lot about so-called digital vaccine passports (e.g. see here). There are a lot of charged opinions circulating around about the idea – some say it is the tool that will give me back my freedom to travel and gather, while others say it will destroy the last remnants of privacy I once had.

Regardless of whether digital vaccination passports are a good or bad thing, it’s still unclear whether or how I can actually get one or what the exact steps are to apply for one.

What are my current options for getting a digital vaccination passport in the USA?

Parameters:

  • I’m willing to pay a fee to get a passport.
  • I’m willing to undergo a medical exam (e.g. antibody titer) or medical background check (e.g. cross-referencing my ID documents with local, state, or Federal immunization records to verify that my CDC white card is not fake, falsified, altered, or someone else’s) if required for getting a passport.
  • I’m aware that there are privacy implications of digital passports. Assume for the sake of this question that I’m willing to waive whatever privacy rights I have to in order to get a passport (Asking about privacy implications could make an excellent follow-up question, though).
  • I have an Android device, but am willing to swap it for something else or newer if my current device does not support the necessary tech to hold a passport or interface with digital passport systems.

To be clear, this question is not about how to get immunized. It’s about how I can go from just being immunized to having digital proof of immunity that I can scan to get in to nightclubs, pass border checkpoints without having to quarantine, etc.

[Method] Sell Digital Products With PTC Traffic

Hey guys,

What do you guys think of this method? Keen to try but not sure if PTC is the best way to drive traffic. I’ve heard good and bad things.

Source: Sell Digital Products With PTC Traffic – The Cash Lab

Sell Digital Products With PTC Traffic

This is a very simple concept for making money online, but this particular method does require advanced copy-writing skills. So if you’re good at selling products online (with good copy-writing skills) then this method will work for you, but if your sales page is as boring as bat shit then you won’t make any sales and this won’t work. Do not try this method if you can’t write a good sales page. Go and learn how to write a good sales page (we have lots of articles about writing good sales copy) then come back here and try out this method.

How much cash can you make? Well that really depends on how good you are at selling. But people have reported over $2800 profit per week with this method. That’s a big chuck of money and nothing to be sneezed at! Also once sales start to drop off because you have saturated that PTC site you can always switch to another site, or sell the domain on flippa.

Overview:

Create a quick product (ebook or otherwise) about internet marketing and making money online. Create an amazing sales page that sells the product. Send a LOT of cheap traffic to your site via paid to click (PTC) sites. Sit back and wait for the sales to flow in!

Step-By-Step Guide:

  1. Sign up with PayPal, NeoBux, and e-junkie.
  2. You’ll also need some sort of website hosting. I wouldn’t use shared hosting because we are going to be sending a LOT of traffic to your site. If you have shared hosting your site will get shut off by your hosting provider because of the server load. Yes, that still happens even if they say it’s ‘Unlimited Traffic’. I would get a Hostagtor Tier 3 VPS to start off with, that should be enough to handle the traffic load.
  3. Create a product. This is not as hard as it sounds. Just google ‘internet marketing ebook’, or go to the downloads section of an internet marketing website (not ours!) and you’ll find lots of free ebooks to download. Combine a few of those into a product. I’ll say this only once so make sure it gets into your head… it doesn’t matter how good your product is, it only matters how well you sell it. I’m not saying just churn out some crap product on purpose, put some effort in, but pay 100% more attention to your sales page instead of improving your product. With this method it’s your sales page that gets you money, not your product.
  4. Upload your product to e-junkie.com. Set the price for the ebook to $9.99 or something similar. I wouldn’t charge any more than that for the product because the traffic your sending to this page don’t have a lot of money to throw around. They can afford $9.99 if they think their going to make more money, but any more than that they won’t pay.
  5. Create a sales page. This is the important part. Spend more time on this part than any other. This is what is going to make the difference. So make it good! I usually use wordpress plus a sales page theme to make things easier.
  6. Include a ‘Add to Cart’ or ‘Get Instant Access’ image at the bottom of your sales page. Link that image to your e-junkie payment. So when someone clicks on the image they get redirected to your e-junkie payment. Don’t use ‘Buy Now’, it doesn’t convert as well.
  7. Go to NeoBux and buy 50,000 views for your website. This costs $70. Yes you have to invest some money but if you’ve done everything correctly you’ll make your money back (and more) no problem. You can buy more views every day to keep up the sales but don’t buy any on Sunday. Sales suck on Sundays.
  8. Watch your inbox fill up with sales notifications.
  9. When sales start to drop off sell the site on Flippa.

Some tips:

  • Include the guarantee just before the price. It’s been proven that people stop reading after the see the price. Including the guarantee just before the price is one more final selling point before they decide if they want to buy.
  • Use different size text and colors.
  • Include a few testimonials. Make up a few comments from ‘customers’ praising the product. It’s been proven that people are more likely to buy something if others have also bought the product.
  • Stick to the Make Money Online niche. The traffic your sending to this page is already trying to make money by viewing ads (PTC) so they are looking to make money online and are ready to buy. Selling products for other niches won’t work.
  • If your sales suck, improve your sales page. I can guarantee that 99% of the problems people have with this method is that their sales page sucks. I haven’t used it but the Google Optimizer might work for split testing.
  • If you’ve done thing right you’ll be making about $2500 per week after expenses.

Summary:

Sign up to PayPal, e-Junkie, and NeoBux.
Get good website hosting.
Create a product and upload it to e-junkie.
Create a good sales page with e-junkie buy link at the bottom.
Send cheap traffic to your website with NeoBux.
When sales drop off sell your site on Flippa.

 

digital signature – Licensing application approach

I develop an app and was able to gather some clients, the next step in the application backlog is a Licensing module.

I used and modified some code that helped me in the matter and was able to accomplish a simple licensing system. Although I master some concepts of software development, I know security is not there yet.

The licensing module does the following:

  1. Generate a license (License.lic) signed with a private key. The .lic file is and Xml with attributes, an expire date and the signature.
  2. Distribute the application with a license and the public key.
  3. The application periodically checks if the license is expired but first checks the integrity of the license with the signature and the public key.

I understand no system is perfect and its hard licensing system is bullet proof. But this approach raises some questions.

  • Should I encrypt the .lic file?
  • Should I generate a key pair per license?
  • Is it safe to ship the public key with the product?
  • Is this a good approach at all?

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If a startup is web design and Digital marketing agency,

If a startup is web design and Digital marketing agency, what are the best sources and promoting sites to invest for getting clients locally and globally.

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