Verify server certificates in a Node.js Bluemix application
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Date archived: May 13, 2019 | First published: November 05, 2015
Applications often need to communicate with remote servers and exchange information with them. However, with the use of remote servers comes the risk of masquerading. Attackers can pretend to be the legitimate partners and steal or falsify information. In this article, you learn how to use certificates from within your Node.js application that is running in Bluemix™ to prevent such masquerading.
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