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Renewing certificates in web services using mutual (2-way) authentication

I have a web service (let's call it Service X) which multiple other web services (clients) depend on. Communication between the Service X and any of the clients is done via mutual authentication ...
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TLS 1.2 mutual authentication certificate based standard

I'm running an analysis on a TLS1.2 mutual authentication certificate-based client-server implementation and I'm wondering if there's a RFC or a reference document covering the handshake process when ...
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Can I use a CA certificate for two ways (mutual) authentication

I cannot get an answer from a CA company for this question. I have to implement two ways SSL authentication between my server and my users computers. Users should access to my several API securly. I ...
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Pre-Requisites for Mutual Authentication

For Mutual Authentication, the client must contain the CA certificate of the Server and his own Certificates, and the server must contain the CA certificate of the Client and his own Certificates.In ...
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haproxy with client certificate authentication signed by 'common' CA

Excuse me if I posted this here wrongly, I know the question is partly about haproxy itself. I am setting up haproxy as an SSL terminator/load balancer in front of an API that we need to expose over ...
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HTTP authentication: identify the client

We have a web-site, where each user has to log-in to access a private area. Inside the private area, there are some information about the user, a profile, including some sensitive information (home ...
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Advantage Mutual authentication over PSK [duplicate]

I have a client - server setup with TLS communication. I want to be sure of mutual authentication. The safety that certificates can offer assumes that the private key that links to the certificate ...
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What is the purpose of Rb in the 3rd step of the 3-pass mutual authentication in ISO/IES 9798-2?

Recently I am studying ISO 9798-2 Three-pass mutual authentication. There are 3 steps, as following: B -> A: NB // B sends to A a "nonce" value NB A -> B: {NB||NA}K // A's identity is proven ...
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SSL/TLS Client Authentication by IP

Is there any mechanism in SSL/TLS which allows a certificate to be bound to a device? Example: There is a client who talks to a server, and during SSL/TLS setup, there is mutual authentication. ...