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CheatSheetSeries/ at master · OWASP/CheatSheetSeries
The Pinning Cheat Sheet is a technical guide to implementing certificate and public key pinning as discussed at the Virginia chapter's presentation Securing Wireless Channels in the Mobile Space. This guide is focused on providing clear, simple, actionable guidance for securing the channel in a hostile environment where actors could be malicious and the conference of trust a liability.
how-to  reference  mobile  ios  android  ssl  certificado  security  criptografia 
april 2019 by rtopitt
kingkool68/generate-ssl-certs-for-local-development: A bash script for generating trusted self-signed SSL certs for local development on your Mac
Generate Self-Signed SSL Certificates for Local Development On A Mac

Have you ever need to develop HTTPS sites locally? To make it work you need to generate a SSL certificate of your own and tell your computer to trust it so you don't get weird Your connection is not private errors in your browser.

Generating the certs is a complicated hassle. So I made a bash script to do it all for you.
github  ssl  development  bash  ferramenta  certificado  local  mac_os_x 
november 2018 by rtopitt
Let's Encrypt
Let’s Encrypt is a new Certificate Authority: It’s free, automated, and open. When Let’s Encrypt launches in Summer 2015, enabling HTTPS for your site will be as easy as installing a small piece of certificate management software on the server.
ssl  security  free  ca  certificado  mozilla  software_livre  internet 
november 2014 by rtopitt
pandurang_w: Client side SSL Certificate Authentication with Rails and Nginx
Recently i worked on one application which required SSL client certificate based authentication. So just wanted to share it with you all about how it can be integrated in Rails application.This article is about using SSL certificates installed into a web browser to authenticate against a Ruby on Rails application with Nginx.
ruby  rails  nginx  openssl  ssl  certificado  security  how-to  tip  webapp  ca 
june 2014 by rtopitt
Getting a free certificate - duraconf/startssl/README.markdown at master · ioerror/duraconf
This page guides you through the process of obtaining an HTTPS certificate for your site. This is a real certificate, not a self-signed certificate, and works in all major browsers. The CA which we'll use is StartSSL. They provide basic certificates for free, although will charge for other types, such as wildcard certificates.
certificado  ssl  https  grátis  how-to  internet  security  server  tip 
november 2012 by rtopitt

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