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Questions tagged [self-signed]

Self signed certificates.

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encrypting TCP and UDP with self signed cert

I don't have much experience in computer security and I am developing a server for a project. I'm using a tcp connection and UDP packets for some real time data transmission. I want both of these ...
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Use self-signed certificate inside of Docker Container for localhost

I've created a self-signed certificate for localhost to use https. I'm running an Apache Docker container which uses the self-signed certificate and the private key. I then installed the certificate ...
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Is self signed certificate secure for personal use if verified before access? [duplicate]

I made a simple streaming server with self signed certificate. Is it secured enough if I manually check my certificate? My server also has password.
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Self-signed CA certificates - Can we throw away the private keys

I'm rather confused about self-signed certificates. I would be grateful if anyone can clear up my confusion. I'm working with Amazon AWS IoT, and in order to create our own certificates on a device ...
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Port bound TLS certificates? (1 Self-signed & 1 CA)

For my android game, I want to secure the connection between the server and its clients through TLS certificates on each side, because of the sensitive data that is beeing exchanged through a token ...
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Certificate verification fails for self-signed certificate

I'm trying to use a service that uses a self-signed cert. Download the cert: # printf QUIT | openssl s_client -connect my-server.net:443 -showcerts 2>/dev/null > my-server.net.crt Check that ...
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HSTS doesn't work on browser when dealing with a self-signed certificate

We have a web portal and I need to add HSTS header in the response. Ours is an on-premise solution, so we use a self-signed certificate. I have added the hsts header in the response & I need to ...
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IRC client with ability to verify server's self-signed cert fingerprint [closed]

I'm playing around with UnrealIRCd on CentOS. Just went through the config and compiling and got the ircd up and running. When I go to connect to it via HexChat I can only get through by checking the ...
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Self-signed certs on LAN shared with others [duplicate]

My WiFi is shared with my family, and my siblings have friends come over sharing the WiFi password carelessly. Anyone of those guests could have a rogue device and not even know it. My brother has ...
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Is it wise to remove redundant self-signatures from my PGP key?

I have changed expiration date of my pgp key several times. Recently I looked at it and started to worry about the mess I can see there: $ gpg --list-sigs AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA pub 4096R/AAAAAAAA 2014-...
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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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Which part of a self-signed certificate can be trusted?

I want to ensure the sender of Document B is the same person as who previously sent me Document A. Both documents are signed with self-signed certificates. I'm not interested in knowing the real-world ...
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OpenSSL “unable to get local issuer certificate” even when passing in the Certificate Authority

I've attempted to setup a certificate authority, and issue a certificate from that authority (with no intermediate inbetween The authority covers *.node.consul, and the certificate is underneath that ...
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RDP - Why self signed certifcate is trusted on client-side?

Here is the issue I can't resolve. Remote RDP server presents a self-signed certificate, and I want to block any connection on client-side when RDP server is using non compliant certificate. I found ...
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typical purpose of self-signed certificates

I am trying to understand the typical purpose of a self-signed certificate. Reading this link on self-signed certificates and link on DV certificates I believe there is no information contrasting ...