I am trying to verify the that target exposes a https web service. I have code to connect via HTTP but I am not sure how to connect via HTTPS. I have read you use SSL but I have also read that it did not support certificate errors. The code I have got is from the python docs:
I am trying to build a web interface to Mock up a restful interface on networking device this networking device uses Digest Authentication and HTTPS.
I figured out how to integrate Digest Authentication into the web server but I cannot seem to find out how to get https using FLASK if you can show me how please comment on what i would need to do with the code below to make that happen.
I am trying to get Certificate issuer information (Common Name), but the code in the link doesn’t work with some URLs.
I’d like to install the pymongo library but I’m getting the following error:
I am running WordPress behind a proxy. The is_ssl() function in wp_includes/load.php will never be able to work in an environment like this because $_SERVER[‘HTTPS’] has no idea how the browser sees the page. All requests are normalized by the proxy.
I have installed two instances of WordPress, on
https://www.example.com/ and a subdirectory
What I need to do is redirect only some of the sites in my multisite installation to use HTTP instead of HTTPS. Currently my setup has been so that every site redirects to HTTPS but I can’t seem to figure out how to force only some sites to go over HTTP. How would I achieve this?
I migrated my local WordPress site to my WPEngine account and it’s been working without any problem!
I have a WordPress website that is working well. The website is shared hosted on a popular hosting site. It was migrated/transferred from a different hosting site to the current one (this point is mentioned as it may play a role in the answer to these two questions). The site has an SSL on the existing site and also had one the original site. I have changed the name servers at the domain registrar to point to the new hosting site.
First off my server is sitting behind a load balancer. My SSL certificate sits on the load balancer and handles HTTPS. The data coming in on port 443 is forwarded to the WordPress server using HTTP on port 80.