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The Monkeysphere Project |
Frequent users of ssh are familiar with the prompt given the first time you log in to a new server, asking if you want to trust the server's key by verifying the key fingerprint. Unfortunately, unless you have access to the server's key fingerprint through a secure out-of-band channel, there is no way to verify that the fingerprint you are presented with is in fact that of the server you're really trying to connect to.
pki  gpg  ssh  cacert  security  crypto 
12 hours ago by kme
ASN.1 JavaScript decoder
This page contains a JavaScript generic ASN.1 parser that can decode any valid ASN.1 DER or BER structure whether Base64-encoded (raw base64, PEM armoring and begin-base64 are recognized) or Hex-encoded.
PKI  certificates  cryotography 
10 days ago by edavey

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