General discussion

Locked

Apache SECURITY using SSL 3.0

By johnny_ontiveros ·
Does anyone work with Apache web server using SSL 3.0? I'm working a case where a person breached the security on a web server and we are trying to find the computer used in the crime.
Q: are the client certificate keys or thumb print numbers stored on the Apache log or does the SSL use it's own log files.

Q: Does the cookie placed on the client's computer contain all the time and date stamp of the last transaction between the client and the web server.

Q: I have to prove the case by pin pointing the exact computer used.

This conversation is currently closed to new comments.

4 total posts (Page 1 of 1)  
| Thread display: Collapse - | Expand +

All Comments

Collapse -

Apache SECURITY using SSL 3.0

by eperrin In reply to Apache SECURITY using SSL ...

If you have a date and time stamp that the intrusion occurred then track it through the apache access logs, the cookie and the SSL logs, all of which will be stored in places according to your system architecture. Do you have a date and time that you believe the intrusion occurred. What did this person do. Reply to eperrin@bigorbit.com if you want to discuss off this list.

Collapse -

Apache SECURITY using SSL 3.0

by johnny_ontiveros In reply to Apache SECURITY using SSL ...

Poster rated this answer

Collapse -

Apache SECURITY using SSL 3.0

by johnny_ontiveros In reply to Apache SECURITY using SSL ...

This question was closed by the author

Collapse -

Apache SECURITY using SSL 3.0

by johnny_ontiveros In reply to Apache SECURITY using SSL ...

thanks for the help, I found the answer i was looking for.

Back to Security Forum
4 total posts (Page 1 of 1)  

Related Discussions

Related Forums