SSL refers to Secure Sockets Layer, a security protocol that has been replaced by Transport Layer Security (TLS). TLS is still commonly referred to as SSL.

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How to Disable or Bypass Outlook Certificate Warning

Recently, I switched to a wireless EVDO connection for broadband. The EVDO modem connects to one PC, and the other PCs on my home LAN (workgroup-based, no domain) connect through it using FreeProxy ...
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Safari can’t establish a secure connection to the server

I am using Mac OS X 10.5.8 behind a company firewall and have proxy settings and username / password through which I can connect to internet. The internet is working as I am posting this question ...
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My blog, under ssl

I want to have all my content from my blog distributed in a ssl encrypted connection (meaning, I want to go https) What are the drawbacks with respect to an unencrypted, "regular" http connection?
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The server does not support a SSL connection

I cannot SEND any e-mails in Windows 7 I get the above message. Some advice says change outgoing port from 25 to 587 I cannot find how to do this. anybody know how to do this or am I just??? Thank ...
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Wireless Hotspot Vulnerabilities on BBC Watchdog

I watched a program on the BBC last night that highlighted the risks of using any public wireless hotspot. http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2009/oct/29/wifi-watchdog-hotspot-security-vulnerable ...
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Enable security settings in Internet Explorer 7 via registry

I used to have a list of keys to enable various security settings within Internet Explorer 7 via the Registry. Specifically, I'm looking for the keys that enable SSL 2 and 3.
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Firefox 3.5: Address Bar: Remove the Favicon box (blue box) completely?

Is their anyway to get rid of the favicon box completely in the address bar (not just the favicon) and also those annoying blue boxes that appear when you connect to some secured websites (see below ...
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How using ssh/scp between non-public machines

I am often in the following situation: I have two machines, A and B, which are on LANs, and have non-public IP addresses. Machine C is on the same LAN as B, but publicly visible. I would like to copy ...
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How to install a CA key (self signed SSL) on ubuntu? [duplicate]

I have a bunch of machines that need to fetch https: off a server (or collection of servers). I'm operating a CA and self-signing the certificates on the server(s). The client machines are running ...
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Major system wide issue regarding security certificates accessing sites and programs

I've got major system-wide issues as of about 30 minutes ago; the only thing I believe that could have caused this is after I went into sleep mode, well just before it, my PC rebooted, so I just shut ...
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accessing Gmail on Haiku alpha builds

I use the MDR in BeOS R5 to send/receive through Gmail no problem, but on Haiku it says, "No reply." Is it because there are no SSL options in the e-mail prefs under Haiku? How do I enable them?
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Email service without SSL authentication

Does anyone know an email service that doesn't require the SSL or TLS authentication to send mails throught smtp? Edit: I don't know almost anythings about smtpm servers; the PC of my customer is ...
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Looking for web mail where entire session is SSL [closed]

I am looking for a web-UI email service where the entire session is SSL (encrypted). Gmail and Yahoo Mail are both web applications but SSL is only used for the login page, the rest of the session ...
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Firefox Certificate Error

I have this annoying problem - every time I get into a site with a security certificate I always see a warning page that the certificate is invalid. I've grown accustomed to just setting an exception ...
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GMail and SSL Encryption - how much is encrypted

It's strangely difficult to find out exactly how SSL works with email, at least insofar as answering my specific question - when I connect to gmail using SSL, I understand that my connected is secure ...
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What makes the address bar in IE turn green?

What aspect of a site's SSL certificate causes IE's address bar to turn green? I'm working on a site which already uses SSL successfully, but am interested to know if there are different levels of ...
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Daily Dilbert strip served by https

I have a web site which embeds the Daily Dilbert comic strip by parsing it from the RSS feed that dilbert.com publishes, but said website is SSL encrypted, and the image as published is not. This ...