Enhanced Security in Secure Socket Layer 3.0 Specification

The Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) was originally developed by Netscape in order to secure http communications. Version 3.0 of SSL was released in 1995. It is what the authors think of when they say SSL Slight variation became Transport Layer Security (TLS) and was accepted by the IETF. They address the issue network security. All the bank provides 128 bit SSL encryption in two way communication between client and server. In this paper, they can tell the user idea behind 256 SSL encryption. By which two way communication is much secure (i.e.: using of secure socket layer 3.0).

Provided by: Engg Journals Publications Topic: Security Date Added: Sep 2011 Format: PDF

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