A very good introduction to SSL in light of Google’s recent changes to their ranking system…
If you don’t have a wireless network and you do not need to validate that you don’t have a wireless network, you can blithely ignore what I’m going to say here.
However, if you don’t have a wireless network, and you need to ensure that you don’t, then this post may be of some interest to you.
There are a number of reasons why you have a no wireless policy, from worries about security to compliance issues.
Here at Teapot Towers we are pretty paranoid about security. One of the things we’ve done to improve our security is lock down our web sites with a nice phat firewall.
Outside of the firewall, you just get to see the standard web & incoming email ports. Internally, from the company network, we bypass the firewall meaning we can see everything, most notably the SSH service for doing all of the nice server admin work.