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In information security, a fingerprinting algorithm uniquely identifies the hardware, software or data. Just as human fingerprints uniquely identify people for practical purposes. This fingerprint may be used in penetration tests or for vulnerability management.

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fingerprints, I was wondering if it is possible to verify the certificate and key on the server I have against the fingerprint I receive in my browser? Basically is it possible for me to view the … fingerprint on the server and then compare it to the one received in browser? CONCLUSION Based on Maarten Bodewes answer, I ran the following using my .crt file instead of a .pem # openssl x509 -in …
asked Jun 21 '16 by Gary