Apologies for the funny title, I'll try to give a better explanation here :) I have just noticed something weird with regards to a website certificate: if I go to https://www.anobii.com/login using ...
How does Windows/IIS keep a certificate protected or should I never run Apache Webserver on a Windows server?
If I follow the reasoning of a colleague it seems you should never run Apache Webserver or Tomcat on a Windows server if you want to keep the https certificate safe. Let me explain before this ...
Create a SSL certificate and sign it with a personal certificate which in turn is signed by a certificate authority [duplicate]
I have a personal certificate which is signed by a certificate authority. This certificate is unrestricted with respect to its allowed purposes. Is it possible to create a SSL server certificate on my ...
I have a newer private key I have to import into an older server. How do I take a newer PKCS12 cert and import it into an older version of java that uses a different format?
There are many great questions that ask what is the best certificate to use for a website; but once the certificate is purchased, there is also the possibility to choose or edit the Cipher list. ...
Possible Duplicate: Resources to learn about security I'd like to get a good understanding of modern issues in web security and get insight into what it takes to keep your sites and ...