An SSL certificates are used to make your personal information protected, particularly when it comes to online transactions. It’s a mechanism that works between a user’s browser and the website the user is connecting to. In its software, the website has an SSL certificate issued by a trustworthy authority. Web browsers (i.e. Internet Explorer®, Firefox® and Chrome™) recognize these certificates. When confidential info needs to be exchanged, SSL is used to encrypt the information before it is sent, and then to decrypt it at the other end, when it has been received. This ensure that the website activity, from its …

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In case you missed it Google has a serious problem with Symantec SSL certificates and is removing their Greenbar status in Chrome as well as rolling out "not trusted" notices for sites using mis-issued certs by Symantec. https://techcrunch.com/2017/03/27/google-is-fighting-with-symantec-over-encrypting-the-internet/ In response to the problems Namecheap is offering free replacement of the certificates - you get whatever time is left on your Symantec SSL certificate on a Comodo SSL for free. https://www.namecheap.com/security/symantec-ssl-certificate-free-replacement.aspx

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Up until recently whenever someone on the network went to a site that required an SSL certificate it would say that there is a securuty risk confirm exception blah blah blah, I managed to fix that but only after confirming the first time. Lets use gmail.com as an example, every single time I went to the site the security warning popped up, now it pops the first time and then never again even after restarting, wonderful just what I wanted. Now here is my problem, I have to do this to about 300 computers, is there a way aside from …

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Is it possible to parse an ethernet frame to extract an ssl server certificate to determine the common name issued to?...Im not too familair with ssl records.

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Hi, I am working on a testing tool and the testing tool asks the user to insert the user certificate in cert format like test.cert format and sends an encrypted attached file to my email id. Once I have received the file I want to download that file and decrypt the file. The file which I receive is named as smime.p7m and I am using p7mviewer to decrypt that file. But the tool is sending a message that the "The private key is not installed in the system". But when I use my own php script and send an encrypted …

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