Let us say that I have a client and a server communicating using SSL. If a hacker sets up a proxy between the client and the server, will he be able to decrypt the data which is being sent?
I'm thinking about the safest possible way to store secure data (eg. Credit Card numbers) with a requirement of sending them in clear text to third party API (so hashing doesn't come into play). I've ...
In an effort to reduce man in the middle attacks, when will it be (or was it) an industry accepted practice to reject SSL 2.0 connections on the client and server side? Is configuring this on a proxy ...