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What happens when your Web Server Private Key is Leaked?

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We have been told to take care of our private key that we use on backend servers without clear instructions as to what could happen when that key is leaked. In today’s backend engineering show I discuss exactly what could go wrong when your backend server private key is leaked. Let us discuss

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* Intro 0:00
* What is a Certificate? 1:10
* Where is the Private Key used? 4:10
* TLS 1.2 with RSA 4:20
* Why RSA no longer used 9:00
* TLS 1.3 & TLS 1.2 Digital Signature 12:00
* How often should you recycle Private Keys 19:00


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24 thoughts on “What happens when your Web Server Private Key is Leaked? | ข่าวล่าสุดเกี่ยวกับ cryptocurrencies – Marketingtangtruong.com”

  1. Both Pound and you are great technology presenters, actually was thinking about his video when you just referenced it. Good work!

  2. شكرا أخي بالمناسبة هناك قناة يوتيوب للبرمجة في فرنسا صاحبها نصح متابعيه بمتابعة قناتك 👍😊

  3. You asked what should you talk about next, I say the best way to mark this in our brains is to have a tutorial on this, something practical using these concepts, it could be a simulated attack with a "stolen" private key in TLS 2 and whatever is possible in TLS 3

  4. Says “shah!” cause he’s from Boston 🤣 Brad Traversey has entered the chat

    Also, was “So bad! So bad! So bad!” a Sweet Caroline reference? I hope so 😛

  5. Good video Hussein. I've been a software engineer for over 25 years and no one has been able to explain how SSL really works for me to understand it and sorry to say this video didn't either. Sure I can use openssl to do all sorts of things with certificates and the like but I still don't have a fundamental understanding of how this exchange works. I'll keep digging.

  6. Well I don't agree on the statement that payed CAs are better than free ones. Because payed CAs will also give out Certificates for phishing Sites. I never have seen a CA that checks the content of a Site. They just check if the Data you gave them are proofable. (Is this really your Domain, is this a valid passport you waving in front of your camera and probably does the face match with the one from the passport.)

  7. Paying for certificates is stupid. Companies pay literally thousands of dollars for certificates and use them for 5 years with the same keys (now 1 year) which as you say is not a secure thing to do.
    Then call in panic after they forgot to renew it when it expire, instead of using something automated like Let's Encrypt.
    1. The fact that you paid a lot for your certificate doesn't give you any protection against someone signing a misleading similar domain name on a less secure CA.
    2. I don't know any average internet user that checks what CA is used on the website they are in.
    3. From personal experience it is easier to fool a traditional CA as there is a big potential for a human error there then something automated like Let's Encrypt.


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