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SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) and/or TLS (Transport Layer Security)

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No, it is not (and hasn't been for years). Use of a SHA-1 certificate will trigger a failure in any current compliance audit. U.S. NIST and PCI regulations currently require the use SHA-2. Or for …
answered Feb 19 '16 by HopelessN00b
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The one answer I haven't seen given here is one that relates to corporate environments, like mine, where the corporate machines access the 'net through a filter/proxy, which allows the "administrators …
answered Jun 16 '14 by HopelessN00b
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Natively, through Wireshark: How to obtain the SSL certificate from a Wireshark packet capture: From the Wireshark menu choose Edit > Preferences and ensure that “Allow subdissector to rea …
answered May 21 '16 by HopelessN00b