NSClient++ with Signed SSL Certificates and Strong Encryption

By using NSClient++ with Signed SSL Certificates and strong encryption, you can guard your monitoring traffic against eavesdroppers. If you are using NSClient++ to send data to your monitoring system and you care about the security of your network, by all means, make sure you use strong encryption like TLS 1.2 (not Anonymous Diffie-Helman!) and signed SSL certificates. With Anonymous Diffie-Hellman, the keys used in the exchange are not authenticated so the the protocol is susceptible to Man-in-the-Middle attacks.(1)

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From an early age, Chris Paul moved frequently because his dad was in the US Air Force. Born in Germany, then moved to Alabama, then Maryland, then Naples, Italy, then California since high school, with many Christmas seasons spent in Pittsburgh, PA, the home of his grandparents.

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