Digital SSL Certificates Webinar

UTC
Webinar

Webinar

Description

SSL/TLS certificates are digital certificates that authenticate an entity (such as a web server) and enable an encrypted communication channel between a client and server. SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) and TLS (Transport Layer Security) are cryptographic protocols that ensure secure communication between a client and a server with the former now deprecated. It enables websites to move from HTTP to the secure HTTPS. The SSL certificate contains the website's public key and identity information and is kept at the server in addition to the secret and secure private key. A client references this certificate file to retrieve the public key  used to verify the identity of the server. In this deep dive webinar, we focus on why digital certificates matter and a demonstration of the service as provided by UbuntuNet Alliance.

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