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If I get a certificate signed for ECDSA will older browsers be able to use RSA?

I'm looking into using ECDHE-ECDSA and there are a lot of great articles on why (https://hynek.me/articles/hardening-your-web-servers-ssl-ciphers/) and ...
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500 OOPS: SSL: cannot load RSA private key vsftpd

Im configuring vsfptd on debian 7.3, Im trying to use ssl. I generate de certficates using this command: openssl req -x509 -nodes -days 1925 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout /etc/vsftpd/private/vsftpd2.key ...
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Error when install SSL certificate on MediaTemple GS server

Here is what happened: I generate the CSR via the MediaTemple site (that is the only way to do it. since a GS is a share server). Send it over the namecheap.com (its signed by RapidSSL). When I got ...
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change symmetric key in a SSL connection?

I'm analyzing (for didactic reason) the SSL security, and now I'm focusing on the symmetric key used for crypt the data on SSL tunnel. I read that at the first access to the server, both client and ...
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1answer
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Private and public key negotiations over SSL protocol

I understand how public key encryption works and I understand how it works into SSL. Server sends encrypted(public) key so I can send it a message but only it knows the private key to decrypt it. ...
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When routers communicate with HTTPS, how is their identity confirmed?

There's something I don't understand. Possibly I have some misunderstanding about how HTTPS works. I heard that some wireless routers allow the user to access the administration page with HTTPS ...