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An Introduction to Mutual SSL Authentication

, 8 Feb 2012
Provides a brief introduction to mutual SSL authentication and its handshake messages
MutualSslDemo.zip
MutualSslDemo
Certificates
MyClient.cer
MyClient.pfx
MyClient.pvk
MyClient.spc
MyServer.cer
MyServer.pfx
MyServer.pvk
MyServer.spc
MutualSslDemo.sln.docstates.suo
MutualSslDemo.suo
MyClient
MyClient.pfx
Properties
MyServer
MyServer.pfx
Properties
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<configuration>
  <startup>
    <supportedRuntime version="v2.0.50727" sku="Client"/>
  </startup>
  <appSettings>
    <add key="hostName"           value="localhost"/>
    <add key="port"               value="56111"/>
    <add key="certificate"        value="MyServer.pfx"/>
    <add key="password"           value="password"/>
  </appSettings>
</configuration>

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About the Author

Elvin Cheng

Singapore Singapore
Elvin Cheng is currently living in Woodlands, Singapore. He has been developing applications with the .NET Framework, using C# and ASP.NET since October 2002. Elvin specializes in building Real-time monitoring and tracking information system for Semi-conductor manufacturing industry. During his spare time, he enjoys reading books, watching movie and gym.
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