Securing Foscam IP camera access over SSL with Apache reverse proxying

UPDATED: 5/7/14 Important security vulnerabilities for Foscam cameras http://blog.shekyan.com/2014/05/cve-2014-1849-foscam-dynamic-dns-predictable-credentials-vulnerability.html http://www.cvedetails.com/cve/CVE-2013-2560/ http://www.slideshare.net/SergeyShekyan/d2-t1-sergey-shekyan-and-artem-harutyunyan-turning-your-surveillance-camera-against-you UPDATED: 9/27/13  (The solution below does not include audio support; for audio over stunnel please see this post over at warped.org) Recently I was assisting a local business setup their Foscam IP cameras and make them remotely accessible for monitoring purposes from anywhere in […]

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Installing db2 9 express-c on a headless Ubuntu/Redhat (RHEL) box with db2setup and a response file

Ok, so after posting my summarized HOW TO guide on how to manually install and uninstall DB2 9 express-c via db2_install in a situation (headless) where you don’t have an X-Server available, nor forwarding, or you simply just want to install over SSH in a quick bind….via command line only, I received some great pointers […]

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Installing and uninstalling DB2 9 express c on a headless Ubuntu/Redhat (RHEL) box (i.e. from the command line)

I’ve used DB2 for years and it has proved to be a rock solid database, that is stable, performs well, has awesome features like HADR for high availability and with the Express-C edition you can use it for your own projects free of charge…..however …one of the frustrating things I have always found is that […]

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