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If you have a Linux machine in your local network (or if not, just set up a VM – or use the provided Docker file to generate a Docker container), you could take a look at testssl.sh – which is a command-line tool to check SSL setups. It's quite flexible, can be adjusted via command-line parameters, scan against any port (not just 443) – and can even generate ...


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Check out TLS-ATTACKER (https://github.com/RUB-NDS/TLS-Attacker) developed by the Ruhr University Bochum It is able to send arbitrary protocol messages in an arbitrary order to the TLS peer, and define their modifications using a provided interface...


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The EFF has solved this for you with LetsEncrypt - https://letsencrypt.org/ What I do to use LE on my self hosted servers (well, Linode VPS... but I have root access, etc) 1 - install the LetsEncrypt client from repositories. Depending on what distro you are running, it could be called letsencrypt or certbot or acme-client. Use the package search tools ...


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openssl has a s_time subcommand whose manual states: openssl-s_time, s_time - SSL/TLS performance timing program The s_time command implements a generic SSL/TLS client which connects to a remote host using SSL/TLS. It can request a page from the server and includes the time to transfer the payload data in its timing measurements. It measures the ...


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You might try the mod_proxy module for ProFTPD; it supports forward and reverse FTP proxying, with FTPS support on frontend and/or backend. Full disclosure: I'm the author of ProFTPD and mod_proxy. Hope this helps!


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sigcheck -tv, then sigcheck -tuv (sigcheck is freeware portable utility by Mark Russinovich), then, maybe, run RCC (I don't know, can we trust in their developer or no, besides, the source code is closed). These tests can compare your root certificates to The trust list of Microsoft and (if you will use RCC) same lists by Mozilla.


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Assuming you mean a websocket server, I would recommend using Node-Red. This is a Node.JS based visual flow-based tool originally designed for IoT work. It fully supports websockets. As well as the standard version, there are even versions that will run just in a browser or run on the desktop using Electron. Node-Red Home page PageNodes - completely in-...


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