Posts Tagged ‘SSL’

Today when I opened my self-signed secure website, it gave me following error: The key does not support the requested operation. (Error code: sec_error_invalid_key) But in the past it was like: What I did wrong? Oh yes, Firefox upgraded to 33.0 (now 33.1), something broken in 33+ and was working fine with Firefox 32.0?

Verify SSL certificate using OpenSSL

Posted: 11th March 2014 by Babar Shafiq in System Administration
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Use this command to verify the SSL certificate for the domain openssl s_client -showcerts -connect If the certificate is correctly installed the result should contain at the end: Verify return code: 0 (ok) That’s it

  Firefox 7 isn't just about speed, there's also a long list of security patches. Surprisingly, a fix for the SSL BEAST attack is not one of them. Mozilla is patching it's Firefox Web browser for at least 10 vulnerabilities, seven of which are rated as being "critical." Firefox 7 was released on Tuesday offering […]

SSL is a critically important part of Internet security and it has come under increasing scrutiny in recent months. Last Friday, a pair of security researchers demonstrated a new attack called SSL BEAST at the ekoparty security conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Researchers Thai Duong and Juliano Rizzo leveraged weaknesses in cypher block chaining (CBC) […]

Pakistan newspaper The Express Tribune reports from Karachi that the country's telecommunications regulator is pressing ISPs to comply with recent regulations which restrict the use of end-to-end encryption. Any technology which conceals communications and prohibits monitoring, it seems, is off the menu. The Tribune quotes a letter sent to it by an ISP which had […]