- SSL communications
- Certificate authorities
- Public key infrastructures
- Symmetric and asymmetric key pairs
- Cryptographic hash functions
- Encryption algorithms
Start now, and by the end of this course you'll have the knowledge to create SSL certificates, as well as revoke and renew them, from the command line.
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Voiceover] Hi, I'm Sean Colins. Welcome to Understanding SSL. In this course, I'll present the concepts of SSL communications, certificate authorities, public key infrastructure, symmetric and asymmetric key pairs, cryptographic hash functions and encryption algorithms. As you roll up your sleeves and work alongside me, you will dig into the command line and actually use openssl to create your own private certificate authority. And you'll use that to play with and learn how to create certificates as well as revoke and renew them.
Now, let's get started with Understanding SSL.
1. What Is SSL and Where Is SSL Used?
2. How Do SSL Certificates Work?
3. How Do Signatures Work?
Understanding hashing5m 31s
4. Common Types of SSL Certificates
5. Using Certificates
6. Check Your Expiration Dates
7. Protecting Your Security Investment
Next steps1m 41s
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