Technical Information

[root@localhost ~]# whoami

I’m just an ordinary human that loves to learn, solve puzzles, and eat food. Privacy & Security Enthusiast, Aspiring InfoSec Professional, Mental Health Advocate.

“Arguing that you don’t care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don’t care about free speech because you have nothing to say” –Edward Snowden1

STATUS: Updates coming soon! Edited: October 17th, 2021

Contents

Certificate
Internet
TODO Site List
Roadmap
Footnotes


Certificate

SSL Server Certificate
Common Name (CN): juriaksenov.com
Issued By (O): Let’s Encrypt

Validity Period
Not Before: Tue, 20 Apr 2021 11:38:56 GMT
Not After: Mon, 19 Jul 2021 11:38:56 GMT

Subject Alt Names
DNS Name: juriaksenov.com
DNS Name: www.juriaksenov.com

Public Key Info
Algorithm: RSA
Key Size: 2048

Fingerprints
SHA-256: 7AED60611154ECC7
SHA-1: D79E43EEE554BEBC424C1E9D0BFCF8F2F6871D68

Validation
crt.sh ID: 4404838560


Internet

Internet.nl2 provides a Internet Standards security and reliability report.
WWW: Test Results
(2021-04-23 09:40 CEST)

Verisign Labs DNSSEC Analyzer3
DNSSEC: Analysis Report
(2021-04-23 07:39:45 UTC)

DNSSEC Authentication Chain4
VIZ: Interactive Graph Report
(2021-04-23 07:58:07 UTC)

Visualizatoin of the DNSSEC Authentication Chain for juriaksenov.com

Roadmap

Eventually I will be getting a VPS with OVHcloud hosting running 1 vCore, 2 GB RAM, 40 GB SSD NVMe, on a 250Mbps bandwidth line. Which I will be having my own spin up with either Rocky Linux (Not CentOS), Debian or Ubuntu running an LTS edition. Having a NGINX webserver and a reverse proxy, as well as my own mail server.

akc3n's tacticalgeek.ca logo will be the non-javascript version of juriaksenov.com and will be hosted on gitlab.com pages.

The artwork for the avatar and log used on tacticalgeek.ca in the past, will continue to be applied for juriaksenov.com on the non-javascript version at tacticalgeek.ca when it does get developed.

akc3n's tacticalgeek.ca avatar will be the non-javascript version of juriaksenov.com and will be hosted on gitlab.com pages.

Credit info/details for tacticalgeek.ca’s logo and avatar art work can be found on the About page.



TODO Site List

Top Priority
  • Fix minification code as it doesn’t apply yet (2021-05-02 00:48 PST)
  • Host my own key instead of keyserve
  • Reword Alert-Info site status message about WIP, etc. (2021-04-25 22:34 PST)
  • Add quote from Edward Snowden to intro component. (2021-04-25 17:15 PST)
  • Create a bash or python script to optimize images w/ jpegoptim, zopfli, and then use exiftool to insert Creative Commons license into all photos.
  • Add an efficient way to cache images for visitors so as to not have to redownload them in the future, saving bandwidth in the process.
  • Thanks to xrk37 regarding caching images, looking into Cloudflare, and this is a w.i.p (2021-04-25 21:28 PST)
  • DNS URL Redirect Unmasked for tacticalgeek.ca and aksenov.ca set type @ and www to https://juriaksenov.com (2021-04-25 18:18 PST)
  • Look into having a gh-pages repo (beta) that push’s into master main repo for www
Normal Priority
  • Temporary disable active nav-bar links to site in order to fix a lot of grammatical errors, and included info.
  • Ask for permission from strcat and ask TheJollyRoger if has time to look over index.html
  • Technical Information in about page, include SSL Server Certificate data - needs to be rewritten!
  • Add a Status page, where the ToDo list can go. (2021-04-22 23:00 PST)
  • Add signify pub file to repo and create download link in Signy section on about page
    - [ ] Add dates to todo list listings?
  • Add dates to footnote links?
  • Add a no-javascript repo of the site and link in at top of page?
  • Add citations, definitions and descriptions to links to index page
  • Add gpg pubkey file to repo and update link on the about page in GPG download key
  • Give reason as to why I even have a GPG to use (signed cleartype message)
  • Warn of dangers of using GPG/OpenPGP and provide citations
  • Provide openpgp citations as to why its not recommended to use pgp/gpg for communication, etc.
  • Give better description in /about.html#credits to the help and knowledge TheJollyRoger provided on ‘Keys’ subject
  • Add humans.txt link rel to html head, following the guide lines from Humanstxt (2021-04-24 01:34 PST)
  • Add securitytxt.org just like humanstxt.org (2021-04-25 20:12 PST)
  • Add Opengraph metadata into html head and link to Twitter (2021-04-24 02:29 PST)
  • Create a sitemap.xml file for indexing. (2021-04-24 02:19 PST)
  • Remove watermark www.juriaksenov.com on future photos in Open Camera app. (2021-04-24 13:39 PST)
  • Generate favicon to meet the internet open standards. (2021-04-24 02:12 PST)
  • Create roadmap section with information of where I want to go with my site, including OVH VPS hosting of OS, NGINX web server, reverse proxy, mail server. (2021-04-25 18:24 PST)
  • Look into adding a imprint and/or a brand assets & guidelines, privacy statement, notices & disclaimer section
  • Add credit for James Pilz in about section for tacticalgeek logo vector art work and link to his site and blog (2021-04-24 21:01 PST)
  • Add credit for Rebecca Navaro for editing (2021-04-25 21:02 PST)

Footnotes

  1. Nothing to hide arguement by Edward Snowden, considered claiming nothing to hide as giving up the right of privacy which the government has to protect. “Just days left to kill mass surveillance under Section 215 of the Patriot Act. We are Edward Snowden and the ACLU’s Jameel Jaffer. AUA. /r/IAmA” AMA’s Reddit date 2016-10-27

  2. Internet.nl helps you to check whether your internet is up to date. Do your website, email and internet connection use modern and reliable Internet Standards? 

  3. DNSSEC Analyzer is tool that you can use to check DNSSEC for your website. 

  4. DNSViz is a tool for visualizing the status of a DNS zone. It was designed as a resource for understanding and troubleshooting deployment of the DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC). It provides a visual analysis of the DNSSEC authentication chain for a domain name and its resolution path in the DNS namespace, and it lists configuration errors detected by the tool.