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Current interests [July 2013] :

Computer networks, Network/webapp security, Virtualization, c/c++ and C# programming (beginner stages.)

My avatar is the late, great Dennis Ritchie.


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comment Is it possible to recognise and prevent MitM attacks on devices which use self-signed SSL certs?
@Ramhound it's not a question of effort, it's a limitation of feasibility. I utilize many systems in disparate locations. My working day shift is not usually the same as admins in different time zones.
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comment Is it possible to recognise and prevent MitM attacks on devices which use self-signed SSL certs?
Thanks for the background theory and explanation. Not sure how feasible it is for me to contact every webmaster and DBA to verify this but I understand the point you are trying to make. Hopefully the fingerprint(s) don't change too often.
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