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You know a .com? Well that, but now it says .dom. You just think it's weird because you've heard .com a lot which makes it sound normal, but on a technical level, they're similar. There used to be only a few extentions, but now you can have almost anything you want (e.g. if you have enough money, you can do www.example.ferdinand). Internal servers are even ...


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This guidance (Guidance on the rules on use of cookies and similar technologies) from ICO(UK's independent body set up to uphold information rights) has a part related to the intranet: How do these rules apply to intranets? In our view the rules do not apply in the same way to intranets. The Regulations require that consent is obtained from the user ...


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Yes. It's possible that someone in your intranet is performing such an attack. Even though it's not as likely as on the (wild-wild-wild) internet. On the other hand you have to have something wrong in your configuration. the CSRF filter of alfresco (or alfresco itself, or on the tomcat container level) needs to have some configuration parameter to make CSRF ...


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There is a rule adopted in 2012 by the CA/Browser Forum that prohibits certificate authorities from issuing SSL certs for internal names. All certificates for internal names issued beforehand were deprecated and expired before 2015. At this point it is not possible to get a certificate for a local private domain. This rule covers several cases (reference ...


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Step 1: Require a Login Add a login page in front of any content you don't want accessed externally. This will also help stop anybody visiting your office and using your WiFi from getting in. This is also a good idea even if you do host internally. Step 2: Add an SSL Add an SSL certificate so that you can load the site over HTTPS. This will stop any ...


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You could certainly use WordPress, there are several reservation system plugins. A quick search and I found Restaurant Reservations -- which would cover the whole table management part. It has add-ons including customizing forms. And it's developed in GitHub. If you were looking for something more in the customer management area you could check out this ...


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I have used MediaWiki for about two years in the previous company, and had so much trouble with it. The notation is cumbersome, weak search engine, and pages have no clear hierarchy. If you can afford a paid product, you should seriously consider looking into Confluence. If you require PHP, MySQL with a strong search engine consider having a look at ...


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Note that Webpage not Available is not necessarily the same as page not found. I am guessing that it is finding the site but you are having another site issue. First try to add a simple hello world html file to the site and see if you can browse that file. Then you can confirm if you can hit the site. Next, in the site, you can set customErrors to Off in ...


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Google says the intranet must be accessible by a fully qualified domain name. So your .dom should be .com or any other TLD In order for Google Analytics to generate reports for your corporate intranet usage, your corporate network must be able to reach the Google Analytics JavaScript file (analytics.js). Try loading the file in your browser using ...


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Even if you trust every person in your LAN and the server is only reachable from the LAN, you still need to secure it against CSRF. Consider a user who visits an evil website. That website can now trigger requests with the user's IP and cookies, enabling CSRF attacks against your webserver if it has such vulnerabilities. But "CSRF filter" sounds a bit ...


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