| | Re: Anybody know how https *really* works? I didn't think so
On Nov 2, 2:29*pm, Jason Keats <jke...@melbpcDeleteThis.org.au> wrote:
> RayLopez99 wrote:
> > Please explain if it's possible for C to send to Z, then, if there's
> > an intermediate SOAP server S, unknown to C (maybe not unknown, but
> > perhaps unsuspected for a security risk) whether S can decrypt the
> > message if C has typed in Z's URL.
> The answer is still no!
Why? See my question to Unruh. Don't crap out now Jason, we are close
to the finish line and you've come so far! Future readers of this
thread, and it's novel as I've not seen this topic elsewhere, will
wonder what the answer is.
keywords: SSL does not work, SSL does not encrypt, SSL is not safe,
TLS does not work, TLS is not safe, TLS does not encrypt, message
security not 100% not complete not guaranteed with SSL or TLS, people
can read your messages with SSL certificate or TLS certificates.