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Now that CloudFlare offers potentially-insecure free SSL to all users, would a new HTTP header be useful?

I'm not sure where to post this, so I figured I'd just post it here. CloudFlare is now offering free SSL to all sites. There are two different types of SSL connections, however. There's "Flexible ...
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How do proxy servers protect their SSL certificates?

Suppose that there is a http proxy server outside the firewall of an organization hosting a web server. All client connections to the web server happen through this proxy. The client negotiates SSL ...
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143 views

Is this a security breach?

I read in an article that if the request is authenticated or secure (i.e., HTTPS), it won’t be cached. But in https, burp has reported an issue stating http response is as follows: Cache-Control: ...
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HTTPS Proxy Everwhere?

I am configuring a HTTPS proxy, which I want to use for my laptop wherever I go. The idea is that since its encrypted, I should be safe from eavesdroppers, even on open wireless networks. Think of it ...
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Installing a custom SSL Certificate For Local Proxy. Safe?

I've been writing some software for over a year that is a sort of browsing security/privacy application. One of the features of this software is that it uses a local HTTP proxy for some content ...
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230 views

Sniff HTTP(S) from PPTP VPN server

I've setup an PPTP VPN server on my Debian 7 server. I'm using this VPN in combination with my Android phone to ensure a secure connection. However, i'm getting curious of what my phone is sending ...
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514 views

Burpsuite 1.5 initiating TLS Connection on their IP to Port 443. What is it?

I recently started using a security tool (Burpsuite 1.5) which has a free licence and a professional one. Upon downloading the free one from its vendor web-site (I am using BackTrack), I noticed ...
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Authenticating a Proxy server over HTTPS

When browsing to a website over HTTPS, the web browser typically does a lot of work in the background - negotiating a secure channel, validating the site's certificate, verifying the trust chain, etc. ...
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Why do we need to use HTTP CONNECT? [closed]

If we are writing a custom http client which connects with an https server. Should the custom client when deployed on machines which are behind web proxy need to send a HTTP CONNECT Request so as to ...
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Block the HTTPS version of a website

I would like to block some websites from their HTTPS version and allow them on HTTP. The main websites involved are Youtube and Google Images/Videos. I am using K9 Web Protection on each computer, and ...
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Is a company website secure against sslstrip if it doesn't use ssl on homepage but ssl everywhere else?

Most ecommerce websites use SSL/TLS when you want to log. But most have homepage using http only. Is it enough to have SSL/TLS on login page and logged page to prevent sslstrip ?