A Pinch of Performance (Apache Tuning)

If you’re using rewrite rules and other special configuration directives on your website, like any Zend Framework site does, you might want to consider the following: Avoiding .htaccess and ‘AllowOverride [not none]’ on large websites. You see, when a person comes along to your site http://myawesomesite.com/some/random/page/in/the/depths/of/hell Apache, if told to AllowOverride will start looking for […]

Google’s Security Updates…

Google seems to be rolling out an interesting pack of security updates for their sites.  The only official announcement I’ve seen is for Gmail, but I’d expect this to come for many other services. Currently a lot of Google services work fine with https (docs, calendar, blogger.com) but none seem to offer the same default […]