CanZE blog goes SSL

Thank’s to Let’s Encrypt the CanZE blog now goes SLL. Feel free to switch …

https://canze.fisch.lu

13 comments on “CanZE blog goes SSL
  1. Jeroen Meijer says:

    Very cool, and great you’re using let’s encrypt. Personally, I would redirect http to https. In our hosting we do not allow any http anymore, none, period. All http is caught by the reverse proxy and redirected to https, and that same reverse proxy (haproxy to be precise) handles all ssl. Internal traffic between haproxy and the servers is http, but that is not accessible from the internet. Did you implement auto-renewal?

    • Jeroen Meijer says:

      Now if I could just find the procedure to use let’s encrypt directly on HAProxy (meaning, for a seup where HAProxy itself is handling ssl/tls) ………

  2. Bob Fisch says:

    Yes, I have setup a script to auto-renew. I use this site as “test-site” and as soon as I have fully tested it, other sites will follow. That will be the moment to when I will activate the redirect to https.

  3. Andy Fraser says:

    I normally use PaleMoon, but that is now showing the following:

    “This Connection is Untrusted

    You have asked Pale Moon to connect securely to canze.fisch.lu, but we can’t confirm that your connection is secure.”

    It works OK on Chrome (where I’m sending this from).

  4. Jeroen Meijer says:

    It seems like the root certificates from letsencrypt.org are not yet propagated in many Android systems 🙁 We have the same problem op tapatalk.

  5. Bob Fisch says:

    Tapatalk seams not to get any content with the httpS being active. I removed the redirect for now …

  6. STEN says:

    Hello Jeroen Meijer,

    in our actualy cold environment we are very interressted in a climatic submenue. Do you think it´s possible to collect all aircondition parameters such as PTC Power / value positions / heat pump power consumption?

    Just as in climatic submenue, it should will be implemented in the charging menue to get a feeling how much energy is necessary for cooling during charging.

    best regards
    STEN

    • Bob Fisch says:

      Maybe we could implement such a screen, but before that, I would ask you to draw (by hand may be the easiest way) a mockup with detailed information on what you would like to have on that screen. Deal?

  7. Orest says:

    Hi. Can you make test program for renault kangoo ze?

    • Bob Fisch says:

      Offer me a Kangoo and I’ll do 😉

      Now seriously: developing such an app requires 100% access to the car. As none of the dev team owns a Kangoo and the underlying CAN infrastructure is different than the one for the Zoé, all this is actually not possible. We were seeking for someone doing the Kangoo stuff, but ass we didn’t succeed to find somebody, we needed to drop Kangoo support. I’m really sorry …

    • Jeroen Meijer says:

      In addition to what Bob said, If I am not mistaken the Kangoo ZE is very, very similar to a Fluence ZE (much more than a ZOE is actually). I think you should try Fluence ZE. It might give you good results.

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