A new cybersecurity industry report has found that cybercrime was especially heavy in the first six months of this year, with the financial, banking and retail sectors being targeted most strongly. The study revealed that, as of July 2014, attacks have exposed more than 10 million records.
With the announcement of the Heartbleed bug and the resulting need to revoke large numbers of SSL certificates, the topic of certificate revocation has, once again, come to the fore. What are the issues with how revocation information is provided to the browsers? Entrust's Bruce Morton offers a detailed look.