Is there a method for JavaScript running in a browser to determine which CA certificate is being used to authenticate the remote host for the browser's current HTTPS connection, and also obtain properties of that certificate, such as the name o...
I'm attempting to write an extension which verifies the SHA1 fingerprint of a site's SSL certificate with a third party. However it doesn't seem to be possible to do this either through native JavaScript or Chrome's extension APIs.  I...
I want to be able to detect if the browser support SNI - Server Name Indication.  I'm hoping to redirect non compliant clients to a different address.  I was thinking of loading some content through SSL and make sure it was transfered securely....
I am trying to cy.visit() my single page application that requires my certificate loaded in the browser to run correctly. When running a test, it fails with a 403 forbidden error. There is a terrible work-around where I open a new tab in the cypress/...
I'd like to access SSL certificate information from a Google Chrome extension.  I took a look at the APIs here: http://code.google.com/chrome/extensions/api_index.html, but didn't see anything that would get the job done.  Ideally I'd lik...
I have an Owin self-host C# app that provides Web API services over 127.0.0.1:5555 (it only listens on localhost, no external connections).    These Web API services are called using Ajax from an AngularJS app.  As an aside: the reason for the Owin a...
I have an SSL server in Express, which is not working on all browsers (unless the user manually trusts the website) since some browsers require the chain certificate (we have our own intermediate certificate). I've put our intermediate and chain...
We are running an intranet application which uses a self-signed ssl cert.  The customer does trust our CA.  We are using this way since several years.  On some PCs our CA was not imported and the user does get the warning from the browser everyday....
I am working on a project which is written in javascript. I can see that for requesting, XMLHttpRequest object has been created.   It is working fine for "http" requests but fails for "https". Since I am debugging it in the Developmen...
I believe I already know the answer to this but I wanted to see if anyone had more insight into this problem. I have done certificate pinning in Android and iOS applications to make them more secure against man in the middle attacks. I am curious, ca...

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