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An Nginx/Apache Alternative for C2 Redirecting

Gone Are the Days Of Manually Generating TLS Certificates For C2

Hello, 🌎! Caddy is a “powerful, enterprise-ready, open-source web server with automatic HTTPS written in Go”. I have been using Caddy for about two weeks now and absolutely love how simple it is to configure and deploy. The Caddy feature I love the most is the built-in TLS…

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