Our Review/Thoughts

Very readable technical breakdown of the history and issues around SSL and TLS

(Such a thing does not appear to exist

The problem is that when a user gets a certificate warning error, they simply don’t know what to do to determine how big of an issue it really is, and will invariably choose to override the warning, and proceed to the website

Read a few pages in this important book, and the SSL = security myth is dispelled

As noted earlier, OpenSSL is poorly documented

Excellent Very well written, right to the point - I highly recommend to anyone in the security business, especially if you're dealing with SSL certificates administration Comprehensive, thorough, and an engaging book -- a rare combination, especially for a field that is mired in jargon and subtle but critical technical insights

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