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domain name system – Use of private and public DNS with DNSSEC

My company, ‘example.com‘, has a public host www.example.com. The (legacy Windows managed) internal network has several internal hosts internalhost1.example.com, internalhost2.example.com and so on.

The internal network has an internal private authoritative DNS server for example.com. The public DNS server is hosted somewhere on the internet. External users on the internet cannot resolve the internal hosts, they are not available on the public DNS server. Internal users can resolve internal hosts because they are using the internal DNS server to resolve.

Now the public DNS is in the process of getting secured by DNSSEC. I have verified that currently the internal clients do not seem to care that the external DNS is secured by DNSSEC, they just continue trusting the internal DNS server, the clients are ‘non-validating’.

Now my question is if there is any plan or roadmap to force all clients to validate DNSSEC? How long will the above setup work if we secure the public DNS with DNSSEC and keep the private DNS non-DNSSEC? A year? Ten years? Forever? Should we convert our internal domain to example.local or can we leave it example.com?

security – Should a Web Application File URL Have Public or Private Access

I think Facebook restricted images to authenticated users in an effort to stop “screen scraping” by unknown actors. This also verifies that an image can only be viewed under strict business rules (friends, friends of friends, etc.).

By “public URL”, do you mean you have a signature as part of the URL that causes it to expire after a certain time or do you have a token that kills the link when the user’s session expires? If the link is still active after a user logs out, even for a short while, that could pose a security risk.

If you’ve been asked for the ability to share files without the need for a user login, you might consider applying a passcode at the very least to access the file. Otherwise, you’re sending a file into the wild to be accessed by whomever has the link without any authentication at all. Not sure what kind of content you’re dealing with, but if the file contains personally identifiable information (PII data), that’s another security risk.

You should also consider a way to kill any file link immediately by the user in the case that something was sent out that shouldn’t have been.

Might bear discussing this further with your IT team to iron out the rules for allowing non-authenticated file access.

web development – Do I need External CA certificates for setting up Public & Private Key encryption with my website for our users?

I have a website which is used by corporate company with some sensitive data. What we are planning to setup a public private key implementation within our website.

While storing the information to our database, Users data will be encrypted with the public key we have and while displaying the details on webpage, users private key is used in front end to display the details.

Public & Private keys are only for our website data encryption & decryption not for external authentication.

Do we need to get external CA certificates for this?

or

simply can we use like Crypto module in nodejs for generating key-pairs and use?

SSL Certificate – the private key you’ve selected does not appear to be valid

I have a generated SSL certificate with Goddady and I uploaded the certificate and private key into Google Cloud and I get this message “the private key you’ve selected does not appear to be valid”. I ran the following command “openssl rsa -in private.key -out private_rsa.key” and I get this message “Can’t open private.key for reading, No such file or directory
139828091827392:error:02001002:system library:fopen:No such file or directory:../crypto/bio/bss_file.c:69:fopen(‘private.key’,’r’)
139828091827392:error:2006D080:BIO routines:BIO_new_file:no such file:../crypto/bio/bss_file.c:76:
unable to load Private Key”
Any suggestions to get this working?

aws – Show a Web Application File URL Have Public or Private Access

I am debating whether to give my files a public url or a limited private one.

I am hosting various files for a mobile/web application. These will include product images and videos. Currently only authorized users can access this application, and so the files are private. However, I suppose users may want to directly share the file URLs with other users who are not authorized users so they can view them directly (eg through a web browser).

Currently the files are on an AWS S3 bucket (which has no public access) files are given a public url that expires after a short period of time (eg hours). By following this system we also avoid DOS attacks on our S3 bucket.

Am I missing any major reasons to make them public vs private (and the other way around)?

I noticed that facebook used to have persistent file urls for user photos across their CDN, but now they are only valid for an authenticated user (I haven’t tested their persistence over time).

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electrum – How can I convert my private key from bitaddress.org to WIF without putting the key into a website or a programme?

Rule number 1 says: don’t put your private key into any website or programme, unless you’re performing a transfer. This way you won’t be robbed.

Then, I want to “sweep” my money off a paper wallet from bitaddress.org, but Electrum wants me to put the private key in WIF format ( https://bitcoinelectrum.com/sweeping-your-private-keys-into-electrum/ ). How can I convert my key to WIF without breaking the rule number 1?

By the way, what’s the name of the format bitaddress.org returns private keys in? It is base58?

Server running on Windows 10 as a service, OWIN self-hosted with WebAPI endpoints making an SSL connection without configuring a private key

I have created a prototype application the runs on Windows 10 that communicates with a server (described in the title) running as a service on a different system and successfully got SSL working but I’m missing something because I never seemed to generate any keys. I only just self-taught myself how to use PowerShell to create the self-signed certificate (so bare with me) using New-SelfSignedCertificate but I have very little insight into why this worked at all. From my very limited understanding a private key on the server is absolutely required for SSL to work, and I never associated one with my certificate… but it’s working and I think I’m fooling myself.

All I did was create the certificate with New-SelfSignedCertificate -Subject "CN=My Server Name"
Then add the binding with netsh http add sslcert certhash=<the thumbprint> appid={the app id}
And add the reservation for the service with netsh http add urlacl url="https://+:<my port number>/" user='NT AUTHORITYLocalService'

This all works, but I’m not sure I understand how because I never configured a private key. I know it must need to be expanded upon somehow to make it more secure because every single tutorial out there talks about making the certificate trustworthy and assigning a private key to the cert… but I’ve done none of that and it still appears to work. Granted, the client is not a web browser and will never care about the authenticity of the server because of the context in which this particular application will run (It’s to connect scientific components together in a lab, and there’s almost no exposure outside the network).

What am I missing here? Did Windows 10 provide a private key anyway? How can it really be encrypted if I didn’t need to specify these things? I also never moved the certificate to a trusted store of any kind because it frankly didn’t seem necessary since the client is just a proprietary front-end application.