Using Client Certificates in Acunetix

In most TLS handshakes, the client authenticates the server, therefore, the client knows that the server is who it says it is, but the server doesn’t know much about the client. In most cases, this is fine — authentication via credentials is enough in many cases, however, some web applications require that the client also […]

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This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by Ian Muscat. Read the original post at: Web Security Blog – Acunetix