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comment Software to recover SQL Server 2005 ldf file
I may be rusty, but isn't ldf just the log file and no data?
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comment How do you issue trusted self signed certificates?
Alex, being able to create many certificates that are trusted by any public client is the goal. Did you find any solutions that were not exorbitantly priced?
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comment How do you issue trusted self signed certificates?
Thanks for pointing out the discussion. The issue you discussed is slightly different, but close to ours. How did you end up going about it?
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comment How do you issue trusted self signed certificates?
You don't need to be a Root CA. As long as there is a cert chain to the root, you can sign certs. The browsers know how to follow the chain up to the root.
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comment Is there a workaround for SSL Renegotiation Attack?
@IceMage So the MitM can't steal any information unless the injected data somehow causes the server to behave "insecurely" in possibly future communication? Would this example work: If the SSL client is providing the server with a list of trusted IP addresses, the MitM can possibly add his IP own to the list and join the trusted list? Assuming the server will consume the augmented packet the same way.
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