December 23, 2021 by Admin
Which of the following features is normally missing when using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) in a web browser?
- Certificate-based authentication of web client
- Certificate-based authentication of web server
- Data confidentiality between client and web server
- Multiple encryption algorithms
Web browsers have the capability of authenticating through client-based certificates; nevertheless, it is not commonly used. When using https, servers always authenticate with a certificate and, once the connection is established, confidentiality will be maintained between client and server. By default, web browsers and servers support multiple encryption algorithms and negotiate the best option upon connection.