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The "HOST" header is part of the http protocol, vulnerable applications are vulnerable because they insert the value of this header into the application code without proper validation, this means not only applications hosted on Apache/Nginx can be vulnerable. In short, the answer is yes, your application could be vulnerable no matter what kind of ...


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It's possible to work around the somewhat liberal IIS interpretation of the SSL/TLS spec by exporting your client certificate in PEM format (base64 ASCII), appending the public certificates for the CAs in the trust chain, and then importing the certificate back into the keystore under the same alias. To clarify: it's not enough to have all the certificates ...



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