Time and time again I've found myself needing to limit access to S3 repositories via write-only. Read-Only access is widely used for public repositories, such as CDNs. A highly common use case for write-only access is allowing users to upload new files, but not modify any that currently exist.
Lately there has been a lot of buzz around security when using web services. Everyone seems to be very paranoid all of a sudden and encryption is the answer to everything internet based. I wouldn't say I'm too overly paranoid, but I took this opportunity to add some extra security to my personal website. This post will cover the things I learned along the way through my research and also explain how quick and easy it can be to add SSL Encryption to your website.