This page can’t be displayed – TLS 1.0 and Internet Explorer

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All months leading up to June of 2016 are going to be pretty important in the e-commerce landscape. PCI DSS 3.1 has come down and compliance is no longer a matter of looking the other way. You need to be compliant or risk fines and penalties that cannot be offset by gains without it. Your… Continue reading This page can’t be displayed – TLS 1.0 and Internet Explorer

Fatal error: Allowed memory size of +Drupal

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This post is not about adding memory in php.ini or .htaccess or settings.php in Drupal. You might be getting the Fatal Error because of URL redirects causing infinite loops induced by running database update scripts! But, here’s the skinny on adding more memory accessible by Drupal. This will depend on your hosting provider and how much… Continue reading Fatal error: Allowed memory size of +Drupal

Brocade ADX load balancer and TLS 1.0

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Have you configured your web servers so that TLS 1.0 is disabled and your website no longer is accessible? Is it running behind a Brocade ADX load balancer? Are you running SSL healthchecks? Before disabling TLS 1.0, make sure to confirm that the Brocade software is 12502e, or higher. The healthchecks don’t support TLS 1.1+ until… Continue reading Brocade ADX load balancer and TLS 1.0

Google Maps and IE

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Problems with Google Maps plugin in IE? Try this: Tools > Compatibility View Settings > Uncheck “Display all sites in Compatibility View” Restart Browser. Still a problem? Tools > Compatibility View Settings > Check “Use updated website lists from Microsoft” Remove *.google.com (or *.google.th) If still experiencing problems go > Tools>Internet Options, Advanced tab, click “Reset Advanced… Continue reading Google Maps and IE

MySQL Performance Tuning Scripts

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A couple handy scripts to help tune MySQL https://answers.launchpad.net/mysql-tuning-primer/+question/166577https://launchpad.net/mysqltuner https://answers.launchpad.net/mysql-tuning-primer/+question/166577 Update: not worth using these as the actually end being self-defeating. They use the very same resources that they suggest modifying and can skew the results. Apparently, tuning your db should be more about configuring your db for your purposes. http://dba.stackexchange.com/questions/45551/how-to-optimize-table-cache

Retrieving website credentials stored by Chrome password manager

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Google Chrome is great for easily managing credentials for the various sights you visit. For convenience, these passwords are stored in local file that you access through Chrome itself. Copy & Paste this into your Chrome URI: chrome://settings/passwords You will see a list of credentials which you can search. To view the password, click on the… Continue reading Retrieving website credentials stored by Chrome password manager