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cryptography [2021/01/13 13:18]
Jan Forman
cryptography [2021/04/03 19:56] (current)
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 +====== Check TLS ======
 +<code>nmap --script ssl-enum-ciphers janforman.com -p 443</code>
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 ====== PuTTY CAC ====== ====== PuTTY CAC ======
 PuTTY CAC is a fork of the PuTTY, a popular Secure Shell (SSH) terminal. PuTTY CAC adds the ability to use the Windows Certificate API (CAPI) or a Public Key Cryptography Standards (PKCS) library to perform SSH public key authentication using a private key associated with a certificate that is stored on a hardware token. PuTTY CAC is a fork of the PuTTY, a popular Secure Shell (SSH) terminal. PuTTY CAC adds the ability to use the Windows Certificate API (CAPI) or a Public Key Cryptography Standards (PKCS) library to perform SSH public key authentication using a private key associated with a certificate that is stored on a hardware token.
cryptography.txt · Last modified: 2021/04/03 19:56 by Jan Forman