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  • SSL Review: February 2015

    Part 13 of 13 in the Series — SSL Review
    Entrust’s monthly SSL review covers SSL discussions — recaps news, trends and opinions from the industry. Entrust and CA Security Council Entrust Identity ON discussed: In the Beginning – The Information Revolution Public-Key Solves Half of the Key Distribution Problem Patents, Key Escrow and the Elliptic Curve SSL and 39 Months Superfish Joins the MITM Club CA Security Council discussed:

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  • As Global Data Loss Rises, Companies Must Rise To Challenge

    Defending your enterprise against a cyberattack today is harder than it has ever been before. These days, hackers operate with a huge degree of sophistication and covert skill. For all you know, your business could be under siege by hackers at this very moment – and you wouldn’t know until it is too late. Thoughts like these are scary, but

        in Authentication, Encryption, Fraud Detection
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  • A Look Into The Techniques Of A Cybercriminal

    Gregory Hanis is a bad guy gone good, a "retired grey hat hacker, now doing white hat stuff for random people." His change of hats is nothing out of the ordinary - in fact, he follows in a long line of reformed cyber baddies who now use their hacking powers to pave the way for better cybersecurity.

        in Authentication, Digital Certificates
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  • Superfish Joins the MITM Club

    In the past, we have seen inadvertent errors which gave parties the chance to perform a man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack in an SSL secure connection. There were cases with Trustwave, TURKTRUST and ANSSI. In January, Gogo joined the MITM group. With Gogo, they broke the SSL connection to limit the bandwidth on their airline Wi-Fi service. Gogo apologized, but never gave

        in Secure Browsing, SSL, SSL Deployment
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  • A Look Into The Techniques Of A Cybercriminal

    Gregory Hanis is a bad guy gone good, a "retired grey hat hacker, now doing white hat stuff for random people." His change of hats is nothing out of the ordinary - in fact, he follows in a long line of reformed cyber baddies who now use their hacking powers to pave the way for better cybersecurity.

        in Authentication, Digital Certificates
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  • Superfish Joins the MITM Club

    In the past, we have seen inadvertent errors which gave parties the chance to perform a man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack in an SSL secure connection. There were cases with Trustwave, TURKTRUST and ANSSI. In January, Gogo joined the MITM group. With Gogo, they broke the SSL connection to limit the bandwidth on their airline Wi-Fi service. Gogo apologized, but never gave

        in Secure Browsing, SSL, SSL Deployment
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