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  • TURKTRUST Unauthorized CA Certificates

    Although unrelated to Entrust, I thought you might be interested in the news about TURKTRUST.

        in Certificate Management, SSL, SSL Deployment, Technical
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  • SHA-3

    On October 2, 2012, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) announced that the winner of the new SHA-3 hash function competition was Keccak. The plan is SHA-3 will eventually replace SHA-1 and the SHA-2 hash families. To support digital certificates, the hashing function is used by the certification authority (CA) to put its signature on the certificates and

        in Secure Browsing, SSL, Technical
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  • Adobe Code-Signing Certificate Compromised

    Adobe announced they received two malicious utilities signed by a valid Adobe code-signing certificate. The code-signing certificate was compromised though an attack on their code-signing system. The code-signing certificate will be revoked on October 4, 2012, and will impact all code being signed after July 12, 2012. A supporting security advisory has been issued. The compromise of the code-signing certificate

        in Technical
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  • Short-Lived Certificates

    Certificate revocation is a current SSL industry issue. There are many causes to the problem. Some end-users do not have certificate-revocation checking turned on. Browsers support CRL or OCSP, but in some cases not both. The certification authorities (CA) may not provide reliable revocation responses. And what if there are no revocation responses from a CA; should there be a

        in Secure Browsing, SSL, Technical
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  • Adobe Code-Signing Certificate Compromised

    Adobe announced they received two malicious utilities signed by a valid Adobe code-signing certificate. The code-signing certificate was compromised though an attack on their code-signing system. The code-signing certificate will be revoked on October 4, 2012, and will impact all code being signed after July 12, 2012. A supporting security advisory has been issued. The compromise of the code-signing certificate

        in Technical
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  • Short-Lived Certificates

    Certificate revocation is a current SSL industry issue. There are many causes to the problem. Some end-users do not have certificate-revocation checking turned on. Browsers support CRL or OCSP, but in some cases not both. The certification authorities (CA) may not provide reliable revocation responses. And what if there are no revocation responses from a CA; should there be a

        in Secure Browsing, SSL, Technical
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