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Cybersecurity (security) includes controlling physical access to hardware as well as protection from attacks that come via network access, data injection, and code injection.

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mc0239 commented Sep 30, 2020

Caddy version: v2.2.0 h1:sMUFqTbVIRlmA8NkFnNt9l7s0e+0gw+7GPIrhty905A=

I am trying to pass pem-encoded client certificate to proxied service via a X-SSL-Cert header, like so: {
    reverse_proxy {
        header_up X-SSL-Cert {http.request.tls.client.certificate_pem}

    tls {
        client_auth {
            mode require
RandomDSdevel commented Sep 23, 2017


None yet, but I'm working on OS X v10.11.6 'El Capitan' client-side. (See 'The way of deployment (cloud or local)' below for details on considered server infrastructure.)

Ansible version

None yet, as I haven't yet gotten that far into setting up Algo.

Version of components from requirements.txt

Not applicable (see above.)

Summary of the pro

gpor0 commented Nov 17, 2020

Describe the bug

After Hydra startup log warns about configuration key deprecation. There is no records in documentation reference ( about oidc.subject_identifiers.supported_types.

Reproducing the bug

Steps to reproduce the behavior:

Start Hydra Hydra v1.9.0-alpha.2 with oidc.subject_identifiers.enabled set to public


abcoathup commented Oct 15, 2020

🧐 Motivation
Create simple ERC20 and ERC777 presets with fixed supply.
The benefits are:

  • Easy to deploy (including from Remix).
  • No access control (for minting/pausing), and hence no governance required.
  • Can be verified easily on public networks and then are verified for all.

📝 Details

Community members are creating their own simple ERC20 tokens, so it would be good if they

Surendrajat commented Sep 4, 2020

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.

It'll be nice to have a hotkey (like H in IDA) to toggle the integer base between HEX and DEC. Since it may not work in Decompiler without backend support, having it in Disassembly/Graph will still be nice.

Describe the solution you'd like

So when I press the hotkey (maybe H if it's available), it should work like


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