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Test Run: Test Automation for ASP.NET Web Apps with SSL

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If you're encrypting user data with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) over HTTP and you want to test your Web applications programmatically you'll find that the techniques are not widely known. In this month's column I'll show you how to set up a test SSL server and write test automation that verifies the functionality of a simple but representative Web application.

James McCaffrey

MSDN Magazine August 2004




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