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January 31, 2012


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Kudos to Larry for this case study of what people can do on IBM i with PHP and SSL. Given that today's applications can be accessed from remote devices on insecure networks (i.e. internet cafes), SSL is a must.

Thanks for the tip about the "SSL Shopper" checker. I've helped many clients set up SSL/DCM but never used that site, which will help clear up any mistakes in the certificate.

Thanks for an interesting article. There is also an SSL Checker at

In addition to basic checks like signature, hostname listed, issued from a trusted CA etc, it will check if the certificate is using a Debian weak key.


Thanks for the additional SSL Checker website I will have to take a look at it. You can never have enough tools for testing.

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