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TestSSLServer
TestSSLServer is a command-line tool which contacts a SSL/TLS server and obtains some information on its configuration. It aims at providing (part of) the functionality of Internet-based tools like Qualys SSL Server Test, but without the requirement of the server being Internet-reachable. You can use TestSSLServer on your internal network, to test your servers while they are not (yet) accessible from the outside.
SSL  TLS  IIS 
2 days ago by andyhuey
SSL Tools — Manage SSL Certificate Security in No-Time
Today, SSL Certificate has become a crucial need for every website (small/medium/large organization) as we talk about the web security. The study shows, in past Five-years the use of SSL is increased…

#ssl #security #encryption #https


refrr:https://medium.com/tag/https
Today, SSL Certificate has become a crucial need for every website (small/medium/large organization) as we talk about the web security. The study shows, in past Five-years the use of SSL is increased…

#ssl #security #encryption #https


refrr:https://medium.com/tag/https
tools  ssl  shell  security  devops  testing  checker  scanner  scripting  automation  https  tls 
2 days ago by michaelfox
Support for SSL/TLS protocols on Windows – Unleashed
Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and its successor Transport Layer Security (TLS) are protocols which use cryptographic algorithms to secure the communication between 2 entities. It is just a secure layer running on top of HTTP.
TLS  SSL  iis 
2 days ago by andyhuey
sleevi/CT Best Practices (April 2017)
Similar to my advice regarding OCSP Stapling for servers/server developers, based on questions I've received about "CT best practices," I wanted to write something similar for those writing server software. That is, this isn't targeted at server operators, but for those writing software like Apache, nginx, Caddy, etc.

At the most basic level, the deployment of Certificate Transparency to date has largely tried to focus the burden on CAs, rather than on server developers. If the CA is doing everything right, the server developer and the server operator shouldn't need to bother with CT, and all is good. However, with proposals liked Expect-CT, it may be that server operators want to opt-in to CT, even without their CA's support, and so need work from the server operator.
certificates  certificate_transparency  server  bestpractices  sysadmin  tls  pki  github_gist 
6 days ago by cdzombak
sleevi/ocsp-stapling.md
On Twitter the other day, I was lamenting the state of OCSP stapling support on Linux servers, and got asked by several people to write-up what I think the requirements are for OCSP stapling support.
tls  OCSP  Must-Staple  bestpractices  server  sysadmin  github_gist 
6 days ago by cdzombak

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