Per Jessen wrote:
I realize that the problem stated herein has been solved by others,
so I'm not claiming I've done anything new -- it's only new to me. It
was a learning experience for *me* and my solution may help others.
In any event, I've finished creating a method for establishing what I
think is secure communication between two servers.
First thought - you're reinventing the wheel. When I connect to a
server via https, I have secure communication.
First, it isn't the connection that he is trying to secure. He admits
to using HTTPS in his connections already. What I think he is trying to
prevent (correct me if I'm wrong) is access to the data on the opposite
server. He wants to make sure that the access to this data is only able
to be done by the remote server. Hence why he said that the key to the
local data is located only on the remote server. So, my guess would be
that the key would only be usable by the remote server. It would not
work on the local server.
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