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    If you are connecting to an Exchange Server or even to an Live Communication Server for Mobile Communicator you may need to install an SSL cert onto your Motorola Q or other Mobile Device. Why? 1. Well if your Administrator did not use an SSL cert from one of preinstalled Cert Authorities. https...
  • Blog Post: How To enable FIPS (3DES) for use in Exchange Activesync with SSL

    When you setup Exchange Activesync in Exchange Server 2003 or 2007 by default it is setup to use SSL with 128bit RC4 Encryption. There is a way to increase the Encryption from RC4 to 168bit 3DES Encryption that is FIPS Certified. SSL with 3DES can be implemented by making a change on the Exchange Frontend...
  • Blog Post: SSL Tunneling vs SSL Bridging

    With Windows Mobile architecture we have the option of SSL Bridging or SSL Tunneling. Some Reverse Proxy servers like ISA allow for SSL Bridging. Taken from: http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/Understanding_SSL_bridging_and_tunneling_within_ISA.html (Modified) SSL tunneling This is when the target website...
  • Blog Post: Generating and Installing an SSL Client Certificate to a Windows Mobile Device (Pocket PC/Smartphone)

    To Use a Client Cert from a Exchange OWA server that is not trusted by your Mobile device follow the following directions. 1. Go to the OWA website: ie. https://mail.consoto.com In the lower Right hand corner (IE 6) you will see a lock symbol indicating that the site is SSL secured. Double click on it...