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Daniel Schneller works as a software developer, database administrator, and general IT professional for an independent software vendor in the retail sector. In 2002, he started focusing on enterprise-level Java development and has since gained extensive knowledge and experience implementing large scale systems based on Java EE and relational databases, especially MySQL since version 4.0. He recently published the MySQL Admin Cookbook with Packt Publishing Ltd. Currently, he is mostly involved with the ongoing development of framework-level functionality, ranging from JavaEE to JavaME and OSGi platforms. He blogs about Java, MySQL, Windows, Linux, and other insanities at http://www.danielschneller.com Daniel is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 7 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Man in the Middle? No Thank You!

06.29.2013
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After speaking about the topic the Developer Week 2013 in Nürnberg this week, due to some scheduling coincidence I repeated it today for our codecentric "Dev-Friday" in which internal or external speakers present some topic to the whole company.

For a while we have been recording these for colleagues on vacation or otherwise occupied during the talk to watch it later. Several of them are available on codecentric's YouTube channel publicly. As of a few moments ago, so is my "Man in the Middle? – No, thank you!" talk on the possibility of – and countermeasures against – man in the middle attacks against SSL connections.

For your convenience, here is the video:



The slides can be found on Slideshare, the iOS sample application is on my GitHub page.

Feedback is welcome and appreciated.

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