Bitwarden and Nginx Server on Raspberry Pi

In this blog post I’ll be covering how to install a self hosted Bitwarden server as a password management solution using Docker on a Raspberry Pi. We will get two containers running (Bitwarden server) and (Nginx reverse proxy). I’ll also go into hardening the Bitwarden configuration and applying 2FA for log-ins. What is Bitwarden? Bitwarden is an open-source password management solution. It supports almost all major systems. The version we’re going to be using is the unofficial one created by Daniel Garcia, Github page: https://github....

October 25, 2020 · 7 min · Naz Markuta

How to Force HTTPS on Web Servers

I’ve seen plenty of websites that use https but don’t force it by default, this isn’t considered a good security practice and should be resolved promptly. Below lists five of the most popular web servers (Nginx, Apache, IIS, OpenLitespeed and Lighttpd) configurations to force HTTPS by default. All tests were carried out on a local Debian Stretch server with the exception of IIS. All http:// requests will be (301) Moved Permanently to https:// with respected request path....

July 6, 2017 · 2 min · Naz Markuta