Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a cryptographic protocols that provide communication security over the Internet.

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Do I need client certs for mysql ssl replication?

I'm setting up mysql replication using SSL, and have found two different guides. The first one creates both client and server certs, while the second one only creates server certs. I don't know ...
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SQL Server SSL connection - What am I missing?

I am trying to set up my SQL Server 2008 R2 instance so that it only accepts SSL connections. My understanding is that once this is set up, any client machine should need to have a certificate ...
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Implementation of SSL ON SQL SERVER DEFAULT INSTANCE

We've purchased an SSL certificate for our Server with a specific CN and implemented the certificate on IIS. We imported the same certificate on the SQL Server machine. However, when trying to ...
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MySQL SSL encryption

Does setting MASTER_SSL to 1 in change master ensure encryption without specifying options MASTER_SSL_CA, MASTER_SSL_CAPATH, MASTER_SSL_CERT, MASTER_SSL_KEY ? After setting MASTER_SSL to 1, show ...
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How to enable SSL in MySQL on Windows?

I'm a student doing a project which uses JDBC and MySQL (on Windows). I have an application with connects to a MySQL server on a remote host. To have a secure connection, I found this : ...
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If an account has REQUIRE SUBJECT, does it still need a password?

I'm in the process of setting up SSL-secured replication between two servers. Each server has its own public/private keypair, and the CA cert is just the concatenation of the two public certs, like ...