Course SSL Certificates

The course SSL Certificates covers the theory and practice of SSL certificates that are essential in setting up secure and encrypted Internet connections. The original SSL 2 and SSL 3 protocols have since been replaced by the TLS protocol, but the name SSL is still used. With SSL, one side of the connection has a private key, while a public key is made available to others who want to connect.

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  • Course SSL Certificates : Content

    SSL Intro

    The course starts with a discussion of how an SSL connection is established. Attention is paid to how the SSL connection starts with a handshake between client and server. In the first step in the connection, the client uses the server's public key to encrypt a message. The server has the corresponding private key and can read the message with it. Then a secret key is generated. That key is only known to both the client and the server and is used in the mutual message traffic.

    Encryption Algorithms

    Next attention is paid to the various forms of encryption that play a role in SSL. With asymmetric encryption, both sides of the connection have different keys that fit together and that can decipher each other's messages. With symmetric encryption, both sides have the same key, which must then be hidden from the outside world. And with hash encryption there is one-way encryption. A message cannot be deciphered then, but it is possible to check whether the message has been changed.

    SSL Certificates

    The course also covers what SSL certificates are and how they are used to identify a server or a client. It is explained which types of certificates there are. Client, server and self-signed certificates are discussed and root certificates and wild card certificates are also treated. Attention is also paid to how certificates can be created or requested and how to install them in known servers.

    Public Key Infrastructure

    Recognized certificates are issued by certificate authorities such as Thawte, Verisign, Let's Encrypt and other organizations. They check whether the applicant for a certificate is really who he claims to be and use various verification methods for this. The certificate authorities are part of the Public Key Infrastructure. Protocols such as DANE and DNSSEC are also discussed.

  • Course SSL Certificates : Training

    Audience Course SSL Certificates

    The course SSL Certificates is intended for system administrators, security professionals, developers and others who want to learn how obtain, configure and maintain SSL Certificates.

    Prerequisites Course SSL Certificates

    General knowledge of information technology is required to participate in this course. Experience with security concepts and web applications is beneficial for understanding but not required.

    Realization Training SSL Certificates

    The course SSL Certificates has a hands-on character. The theory is treated on the basis of presentation slides and is interchanged with practical exercises. The course material is in English. Course times are from 9.30 up and to 16.30.

    Certification Course SSL Certificates

    After successful completion of the training the participants receive an official certificate SSL Certificates.

    SSL Certificates
  • Course SSL Certificates : Modules

    Module 1 : SSL Intro

    Module 2 : SSL Encryption

    Module 3 : Certificates

    SSL Overview
    Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
    SSL en TLS
    SSL Characteristics
    SSL Handshakes
    SSL Connectors
    Configuring SSL
    Server Name Indication
    SNI Protocol
    Key Files
    Private and Public Key
    OpenSSL Library
    Encryption Algorithms
    RSA algoritme
    ECC algoritme
    SSL Encryption Types
    Asymmetric Encryption
    Symmetric Encryption
    Hash Encryption
    HTTPS Connections
    HTTP Strict Transport Security
    Secure Mime
    Digital Signing
    Salt Function
    SSL Certificates
    Creating Certificates
    Server Certificates
    Client Certificates
    Common Name
    Root Certificates
    Wild Card Certificates
    Certificate Revocation List
    Black and White Listing
    OCSP and Stapling

    Module 4 : PKI Infrastructure

    Chain of Trust
    Certificate Authorities
    Domain Validation
    Organization Validation
    Cipher Suites
    CAA Record
    Configuring CAA
    DANE Protocol
    Trust Anchor
    File Approver
    DNSSEC Protocol
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