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CIS 256 Unit 4 Discussion: Third-Party CA
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Unit 4 Discussion: Third-Party CA

 

  • It is possible to have a third-party CA as part of your PKI? Would you want to? Why or why not?
  • What is the difference between asymmetric encryption and symmetric encryption? Which would you use in your Windows Server 2008 domain and why?

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Building another public key chain of command from a current third-party root CA is a fitting arrangement if you need to cross-certify with numerous business accomplices all the while. The third-party root CA is utilized to construct another open key pecking order composed particularly to serve the necessities of numerous associations. The intermediate and issuing CAs that you make on your side of the common framework can be regulated independently from your current inside PKI. Along these lines, the elements of the outer PKI can't compromise the interior PKI, an...
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