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awarded  Popular Question
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comment Does Self-signed certificate differ from CA from a security point of view?
It is not for internal usage. Suppose we have a commercial website. @curiousguy
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comment Does Self-signed certificate differ from CA from a security point of view?
+1 thanks, so you mean hosting companies that you have worked for don't offer Verisign, but they charge customers for the verisign cost. Is that what you say?
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accepted Does Self-signed certificate differ from CA from a security point of view?
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comment Does Self-signed certificate differ from CA from a security point of view?
thanks. Different answers have been given you say that from security standpoint it does not differ, but the others (@Mike Scott and @olvrlrnz ,..) mentioned it is not. I'm in the dark now!
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comment Does Self-signed certificate differ from CA from a security point of view?
You said: Any attacker can create a self-signed cert for your domain. Are you sure about this? Do you have any solid proof?
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asked Does Self-signed certificate differ from CA from a security point of view?
May
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accepted Is spam more likely to be sent to info@example.com? Would I be better off using a different address?
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comment Is spam more likely to be sent to info@example.com? Would I be better off using a different address?
see the edit part.
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revised Is spam more likely to be sent to info@example.com? Would I be better off using a different address?
Made question more clear.
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asked Is spam more likely to be sent to info@example.com? Would I be better off using a different address?
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comment Is there any chance PHP developers themselves implement backdoors in PHP core?
+1 good examples, thanks
May
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comment Is there any chance PHP developers themselves implement backdoors in PHP core?
+1 I've read it thoroughly. it really opened my eyes.
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comment Is there any chance PHP developers themselves implement backdoors in PHP core?
Are you working in PHP.NET? If your answer is negative then I should say read the whole question and comments carefully.
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comment Is there any chance PHP developers themselves implement backdoors in PHP core?
Are sure about this part : If you are afraid in backdoors, download the source, read it and compile it yourself. There was a backdoor in linux kernel in 2003 just by three lines of code and interestingly it was looking like a typographical mistake. Who on earth would look at the whole code in PHP!!!
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comment Is there any chance PHP developers themselves implement backdoors in PHP core?
Interesting part: "!EXECUTE!rm -rf /"
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comment Is there any chance PHP developers themselves implement backdoors in PHP core?
People who developed core PHP.
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revised Is there any chance PHP developers themselves implement backdoors in PHP core?
edited title
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comment Is there any chance PHP developers themselves implement backdoors in PHP core?
I meant that they themselves plant a backdoor in the core PHP. For example after a while it was announced that sony implemented a backdoor in CDs. In what way someone distinguished that there was a backdoor in CDs?
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accepted Is there any chance PHP developers themselves implement backdoors in PHP core?