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SSL is a general purpose mechanism to create an encrypted tunnel between a browser and an application. SSL has provisions for certificate based authentication of both the server and the client.
 
SSL is a general purpose mechanism to create an encrypted tunnel between a browser and an application. SSL has provisions for certificate based authentication of both the server and the client.
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SSL Best Practices are discussed [http://www.owasp.org/index.php/SSL_Best_Practices here]
  
 
==Examples ==
 
==Examples ==

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Description

SSL is a general purpose mechanism to create an encrypted tunnel between a browser and an application. SSL has provisions for certificate based authentication of both the server and the client.

SSL Best Practices are discussed here

Examples

Related Threats

Related Attacks

Related Vulnerabilities

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