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  • Analysis of the SSL 3.0 Protocol - This note gives a detailed technical analysis of the cryptographic strength of the SSL 3.0 protocol. A number of minor flaws in the protocol and several new active attacks on SSL are presented. [Acrobat] (D. Wagner and B. Schneier)
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  • Apache-SSL - A secure Webserver, based on Apache and SSLeay/OpenSSL. Documentation and FTP mirrors.
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  • Certification Authority/Browser Forum - A voluntary organization of certification authorities (CAs) and web browser vendors. Provides information about the Extended Validation SSL certificate protocols, with objectives, FAQs, and details of the vetting process.
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  • Dan Kegel's Web Hostel - Information on SSL acceleration hardware and collection of links to sites for APIs that implement SSL/TLS.
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  • Heartbleed Bug - Information source for the Heartbleed web encryption vulnerability bug.
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  • How to SSL - Tools, tips, and tricks for your everyday SSL life.
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  • HTTP Over TLS - Document providing information and guidelines on using TLS to secure HTTP connections.
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  • RFC 2246 - The TLS Protocol Version 1.0 - This document specifies Version 1.0 of the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol.
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  • SMTP Service Extension for Secure SMTP over TLS - Document describing the negotiating and upgrading plain socket connection to secure socket connection.
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  • SSL encryption check - Access this frameset to test if your browser supports TLS/SSL, and for a report of which cipher and key length is used.
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  • SSL Shopper - Comparison charts and reviews for finding an SSL certificate provider, learning more about SSL, and verifying SSL certificate installations.
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  • SSL TEST - Information on SSL, best practices section.
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  • SSL Version 2 Protocol Specification - Superseded by SSL Version 3 and TLS, but implemented by most browsers and secure servers.
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  • SSL-Talk FAQ - Secure Sockets Layer Discussion List FAQ.
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  • Transport Layer Security Charter - The IETF Working Group is responsible for developing the TLS Protocol which is intended to replace SSL.
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  • Apache and Secure Transactions - Explains what SSL is, why Apache does not have it built in, and why it is such a complex issue. (Apache Week) (September 01, 1998)
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