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I would think these numbers would have been put on the google search engine, and yield (probably) many hits. This assumption is wrong. Certificate serial numbers are not indexed by common search engines, nor are they typically posted to any HTML site. Frankly, I'm not sure why you would assume they'd be indexed. The Wordpress certificate is used for ...


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You should keep the private key as safe as possible. How safe depends on the security requirements and risk assessment. A key store, such as a PKCS#12 key store or Java key store enables you to store a key protected by - usually - a password. This is obviously more secure than storing it as plaintext at the same location. It is possible to mitigate the risk ...


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You are missing the entire TLS protocol. The TLS protocol first establishes session keys. These can be randomly created at the client and send encrypted to the server. After that the session keys can be used to protect the data for confidentiality, integrity and authenticity. Encryption and authentication is performed in both directions. The TLS protocol is ...



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