tonye at billy.demon.nl
Fri Jun 4 20:16:34 GMT 2004
fre, 04.06.2004 kl. 17.08 skrev David Klotz:
> Since the list is so slow right now, I'll take this opportunity to ask a
> question: Has anyone ever heard of somebody successfully eavesdropping on a
> validly established HTTPS connection?
> Some term definition: by "successful", I mean snooped encrypted traffic,
> decrypted it, and learned something they didn't already know. "Valid" means
> there was nothing funny going on with the setup of the secure connection. I
> know about MIM attacks, and I know you can trick people into going to "secure"
> sites that aren't what they think they are, but I'm not interested in those
How would that entity decrypt (strong ciphers) any https communication?
Hint: site: www.modssl.org. Read *everything* about *everything*
We make out of the quarrel with others rhetoric
but out of the quarrel with ourselves, poetry.
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