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 Avoiding man in the middle attacks

Securing the handshake during a Secure Sockets Layer session (SSL) is vital, since almost all of the security involving the connection is set up inside the handshake. Learn how to secure the SSL handshake against a man in the middle (MITM) attack -- in which the intruding party masquerades as another, trusted source.

 (Submitted by Anonymous Tue May 10, 2005 )


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