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We take a pragmatic approach. We show how to actually use the OpenSSL toolkit to help secure applications. Instead of bogging the reader down in technical details of how SSL works under the hood, the book explains the important aspects of the OpenSSL API in detail and offers a series of practical examples and template code that developers can integrate into their own applications. Like many tools, it is effective in the hands of someone who know how to use it well, but it is also easy to misuse," says Viega.
Because of this, it can be hard to use and commercial entities may be wary of tapping the power of OpenSSL. This book should help. We hope to demystify the details of using OpenSSL be it from an admin or developer point of view.
The discussion centers on working examples, rather than straightforward reference material. The authors discuss all of the common options OpenSSL users can support, as well as the security implications of each choice.
System and network administrators will benefit from the thorough treatment of the OpenSSL command-line interface, as well as from step-by-step directions for obtaining certificates and setting up their own certification authority.
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