Notes on Reference Citations - Version 2.70, by Dr. Herong Yang
Node.js and openSSL
'javax.net.debug - Debugging SSL Socket Communication' tutorial was cited in a blog article in 2014.
The javax.net.debug - Debugging SSL Socket Communication tutorial was cited in a blog article in 2014.
Subject: Node.js and openSSL Date: Jan 28, 2014 Author: Vitor Source: http://www.fitter-happier.net/tech/node.js-and-openSSL/ The other day I was developing a REST API with a Node.js HTTPS Server, and what was supposed to be a direct application of basic TLS, became a quest to find a simple but rather hidden problem. While I was testing a REST API in isolation, I had the server running with a self-signed certificate. Moving forward my server wouldn’t be talking directly with the clients’ browsers, but with a proxy server instead. For improved security (although we are in an intranet) both servers would have to validate each others identity, so this mean two- way certificate authentication. ... The only thing I can think of would be to turn on SSL debugging on the server (javax.net.debug=all). I’ve done that before when I had issues establishing a TLS session with a Tibco EMS server and that was the only way for me to find out a similar mismatch of supported cipher suites. Some more info here: http://www.herongyang.com/JDK/SSL-Socket- Communication-Debug-javax-net-debug.html ...
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