Just found that SSLv2 is enabled in IIS 7.5 by default and to change it requires tweaking in registry. What is the design decision for it? Is there a disadvantage of disabling it?
Is it possibel to get that “Padlock” symbol in the address bar for a localhost https connection that uses a self signed certificate? [closed]
I am currently implemented SSL for my Web App in tomcat using a self signed certificate using java Keystore tool. I am using the web app in my machine as localhost. When I visit the url ...
At application level there is sometimes no (easy) way to, say, disable SSLv2 etc. What about at openssl level (of course for applications that use the openssl shared libs) ?
I have a mvc3 website that is hosted on a Server 2008 r2 server and I have a security certificate installed and all seems to be working ok. However if I connect to the site with Google Chrome, and ...
How can I verify a client's identity using an SSL handshake to allow access to certain website pages?
I'm a programmer in the process of writing Web Services on a website for a specific client. These Web Service can only be accessed by this one client. They intend to send a client certificate over SSL ...
Now that the BEAST is public knowledge, TLS 1.0 is NOT safe to use (nor is SSL 3.0). I have seen reports that the RC4 cipher is unaffected (and is widely supported). Is that true? I know that TLS 1.1 ...
I'm planning on building an application wherein my users can create accounts on it, email other users, etc. The site will also have forums, chat, etc. It will also need to process credit cards. I'm ...