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Proper options for openssl with simple ciphertext

Last weekend there was a cryptographic challenge where the ciphertext was the following hex: FC 89 BF C2 B0 5F 1C 2E 64 B8 78 43 92 78 3A C9 I know for sure that this is encrypted using ...
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How to make local system CA certificates known to Firefox?

Recently, the CAcert root certificates have been removed from Debian (more precisely, from the ca-certificates package). Since I want to keep them, I backed up the directory ...
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SSL handshake failure with Shibboleth

I am using Shibboleth for single user authentication and it needs a ssl configuration which facilitates the user authentication process. Before it was working fine but now I am facing a SSL handshake ...
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How to set message validity

I am using Shibboleth for single user authentication and it needs a ssl configuration which facilitates the user authentication process. Before it was working fine but now I am facing a SSL handshake ...
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Exim4 as smarthost with SSL?

I want to use exim4 as a smarthost to send email using an smtp mail account over ssl. I've seen the hosts_require_tls option, but I need SSL and not TLS. How should I do this?
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Creating a signed subordinate CA for client certificates

I have a root self-signed CA which I've created for myself. With this CA (we'll call it country), I've created a server certificate and key for my webserver, nginx. I now would like to create a ...
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Problems uploading a file via WebDAV?

I've configured on my Linux server (SLES11) with IHS Webserver with WebDAV enabled. A file upload via curl is successful using a URL like this: $ curl --insecure --upload-file testfile.txt \ ...
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Ubuntu 12.04 apache2 site shows index of instead of actual site on redmine

I have an Ubuntu 12.04 server that has a successful redmine install on it. I have been using redmine on it for a while, but when I tried to set up the SSL cert using this method, ...
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Apache “RSA server certificate CN does not match server name” error

I have an apache installation with some name-based vhosts and a SSL certficate with CN=maindomain.com and DNS Alternative Names for the all the vhosts (sub)domains. However, this setup gives warnings ...
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Is SMTP over SSL possible in the Balsa email client?

In Balsa 2.5.1 is it possible to connect to SMTP with port 465 with SSL? The IMAP setup has an SSL option which disables the TLS choices, but I do not see anything similar when setting up SMTP. I ...
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ngircd / xchat SSL issues

I'm trying to setup a ngircd IRC server on Fedora 18 (which was installed using yum), but I'm having some SSL issues. I can connect to the server locally and remotely if I choose to "accept invalid ...
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How to add my own created certificate authority to system trusted repositories

I was told that I can add my created CA to trusted repositories/authorities in my system instead of adding it from browser and configuring in in ssl.conf. Yet I can't find anything similar on the ...
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SMTP Auth - SASL on Dovecot, Postfix and CentOS 6.2 (and Open-Xchange)

I am trying to get open SASL to work on CentOS 6.2. I followed this tutorial: http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/postfix_sasl I suspect it works perfectly for CentOS 5.x so all I really need is an update ...
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Linking synergyc: libcurl - undefined reference

I'm trying to compile synergy 1.5.0 on openSUSE 13.1 (Kernel 3.11.10-17). While linking, I get the following error: ... [ 83%] Built target ipc [ 84%] Built target client Linking CXX executable ...
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How to add SSL with cURL URL using Ubuntu Terminal

While running a Twitter API from cURL in Ubuntu Terminal it asked me to use SSL. After searching for it, I tried: sudo curl -s https://localhost:8080/tweets/HLaddha sudo curl -k ...
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Deleting ssl.conf a problem in apache set up?

In a desperate attempt to stop warnings from a free ssl cert I set up a while back and not knowing how to undo it I ended up deleting my ssl.conf file in the etc/ssl folder but now I am wondering if ...