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

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Certificates and Certificate Authorities with keys smaller than 2048 bits are not a good choice for new deployments. Unless you have a very specific need for this with some very old hardware or softwa …
answered Jul 25 '17 by Liam Dennehy
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The key is to give the authenticating client the most amount of information for that client to be able to determine what is acceptable. A positive status of tryLater is information that may be useful …
answered Aug 15 '17 by Liam Dennehy
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If you are particularly paranoid about someone spoofing dns and a certificate (self-signed, EV or otherwise), then you can statically trust the self-signed certificate by e.g. checking the fingerprint …
answered Mar 6 by Liam Dennehy
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This hinges on your definition of "safe", and what the purpose of the keys are. If you're expecting the keys to identify the system as a whole then you might, but this has some drawbacks. While it's …
answered Feb 28 by Liam Dennehy
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server, it is legal to use the certificate for multiple services. The other alternative is a single load balancer/TLS offload device in front of your servers. Even if there are five servers behind the … TLS offload (ie non-encrypted communications behind it to the servers, encrypted to the outside world), each device is considered a single server. So a two-device load balance cluster that perform TLS
answered Jul 28 '17 by Liam Dennehy