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Attaching a digital certificate (public key) to an HTTPS request

, 6 Aug 2008 CPOL
Posting data to HTTPS (a secure connection) URL from a Windows application (.NET) by attaching a digital certificate and getting the response back.

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Rehan Ahmad Abbasi
Software Developer (Senior) Al-Jazirah Corporation Riyadh KSA
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
I am a Software Engineer having 4 + years of experience in various skill sets.
Proficiency in Asp.net, C#.net, Vb.net, Ado.net, VB 6.0, J2ME, Ajax, Xslt, Xml, Smart Device (Pocket PC 2003), and Oracle.

Extensive experience with analyzing, designing, development, and maintenance of Internet, Intranet, Client Server and Object Oriented applications built on .NET Framework (windows and web app.) and VB 6.0.

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