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How to bypass Certificate Authority for Local site? [duplicate]

We made a site which will be used only in local (is not publicity available). It supports https with self signed cert and key. Now, if I use the site - it says 'your connection to this site is not ...
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How to encrypt data on local LAN (without Internet)? [duplicate]

I'm wondering what is the bank-grade encryption for traffic between a client (say, Windows app) and a server, both on local network. It looks like to use ssl encryption, they must have Internet access ...
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TLS certificate with private IP address [duplicate]

I am trying to get an Apache server running over HTTPS on a local network with an IP address 192.168.. And our requirement is to make this local server secure. (no outside network / internet ...
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Does Vault (or basically any other system) require TLS when it only connects to a host on the LAN? [duplicate]

I'm trying to understand where TLS is required. I've heard that TLS encrypts data when a client communicates with a server through HTTP by verifying the server and passing encryption keys. This ...
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Is it possible to secure a web app without HTTPS? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can you secure a web app from FireSheep without using SSL? Think of a typical web application where the users log in, and then the session is kept with a session key. Is it ...
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How can I make an SSL certificate for an IoT device trusted on all browsers?

I have a web server running on an IoT device, more specifically, on an ESP32. This web server serves a website that is used for managing the device and can contain some sensitive information, hence I ...
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Can I buy a signing-valid certificate for internal use?

So now that I have to implement "secure transport" as defined by The Direct Project (not to mention reinventing a bunch of wheels, but that's another story for SO), I find myself staring down the ...
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How to access my router securely (using WiFi)?

I am wondering how can I secure my router so that when I login (using WiFi) someone cannot see my username and password using software such as ettercap. As you can see it is saying "Your connection to ...
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security certificate does not specify Subject Alternative Names

We have a Windows Server 2016 that we use as a web server hosted on premise and we host numerous web applications under the Default Web Site in IIS. All applications are reached by using the server ...
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Do I need to create SSL for HTTPs over a local network?

I have a server that is accessed only via local network in my VPS, as it is local it does not have a domain, it is accessed only via IP (ex.: http://localhost/routine.php). This server will only be ...
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HTTPS for private networks

I am trying to create a client-server architecture application in a private local area network. I plan to use HTTPS as the protocol between the client and server. Is it possible for me to use HTTPS in ...
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Is it OK to have both, the hostname and the FQDN of a server, in an SSL certificate?

On a company intranet, it is often more comfortable to access an internal webserver just by its hostname (e. g. webserver) instead of providing the FQDN (e. g. webserver.company.com). As long as the ...
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How can one use HTTPS without a domain name, or on a local network?

I was looking at the LXI Device Specification 2022 Version 1.6. For those not familiar with LXI, it is a standard for lab instruments like oscilloscopes, function generators, LCR meters and many more ...
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How to encrypt http traffic in an offline enterprise network?

I am building a golang offline application for a company that will operate in their office internal Wireless / Wired Network. There will be one server computer and many client computers communicating ...
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What problem would there be with an open private key for developers to use?

I always find it a pain to create a new key for development and I was thinking of doing something like this both for myself and to help other developers out: Register a domain like fakesite.com Get a ...
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