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SSL

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(Computer Science) Secure Sockets Layer: a way of enabling the secure encrypted transmission of sensitive data via the internet
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Tenders are invited for ssl certificate management solution.
They are rigorously trained on fixing issues related to SSL certificate installation, SSL errors, SSL pinning, hardware security module installation, endpoint security, data backup and other IT glitches.
The solution should integrate with third-party SSL certificate management solutions to discover, catalog, track and centrally control certificates.
Once the CA validates an organization, an SSL certificate is installed on the web server of the organization.
The latest addition to the Oracle Database security portfolio provides secure, centralized management of encryption keys and credential files in the data center, including Oracle wallet files, Java KeyStores, Kerberos keytab files, SSH key files, and SSL certificate files.
OCSP is a protocol enabled in modern browsers which makes real time checks as to whether or not an SSL certificate has been revoked.
The MicrosoftInternet Explorer , Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers typically have coded into the various versions the certificate "root" information, and Symantec says this has been done in the case of its ECC SSL certificate technology.
In this case a Dutch CA, DigiNotar, issued an SSL certificate for the google.
To do so, the entity obtaining the SSL certificate has undergone prescribed scrutiny and qualified for the certificate.
An EV SSL Certificate will display visual cues in enabled high-security browsers to provide tangible assurance of a site's authenticity.
An SSL Certificate enables encryption of sensitive information during online transactions.
Tokyo, Japan, Sept 29, 2006 - (JCN) - Be Trusted Japan today announced that it has obtained the exclusive right to market SureServer, an SSL certificate server produced by the US-based Cybertrust, in Japan.