BDC4e Chapter 18 - Chapter 18: Doing Business on the...

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Chapter 18: Doing Business on the Internet Business Data Communications, 4e
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Business Data Communications, 4e 2 Security: The Key to E-Commerce Communications Encryption Privacy payment systems
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Business Data Communications, 4e 3 Secure Socket Layer Transport Layer Security Protocols that sit between the underlying transport protocol (TCP) and the application
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Business Data Communications, 4e 4 Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Originated by Netscape TLS has been developed by a working group of the IETF, and is essentially SSLv3.1 Provides security at the “socket” level, just above the basic TCP/IP service Can provide security for a variety of Internet services, not just the WWW
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Business Data Communications, 4e 5 SSL Implementation Focused on the initialization/handshaking to set up a secure channel Client specifies encryption method and provides challenge text Server authenticates with public key certificate Client send master key, encrypted with server key
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BDC4e Chapter 18 - Chapter 18: Doing Business on the...

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