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  • Monitor Your Domains with Certificate Transparency

    Over the last few years, we’ve witnessed publicly trusted SSL certificates issued to domain names that were not authorized. These miss-issuances are typically caused by attackers or simply a mistake by a certification authority (CA). Miss-issuance has been detected in a brute-force manner. Typically, when someone discovers a suspicious issue, they may report it and it may be investigated. Eventually,

        in EV SSL, SSL, SSL Deployment
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  • More Google Fraudulent Certificates

    On July 2, Google became aware of fraudulent certificates that were incorrectly issued to Google-owned domain names. The certificates were issued by National Informatics Centre (NIC) of India, which is a subordinate certification authority (CA) to Indian Controller of Certifying Authorities (India CCA). The miss-issued certificates could have been used to spoof content, perform phishing attacks or perform man-in-the-middle (MITM)

        in Fraud Detection, SSL
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  • SSL Review: March 2014, Part 2

    Part 3 of 8 in the Series — SSL Review
    Entrust’s monthly review of SSL discussions — and likely other digital certificates — recaps news, trends and opinions from the industry. March brought us discussions about ECC, ICANN, domain validation, HTTPS and more.

        in SSL
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  • Certificate Reputation

    One of the advantages of the SSL industry is that certificates can be issued from most trusted certification authorities (CAs). This allows certificate customers flexibility in choosing their CA or deciding to use a number of CAs. The disadvantage is the end-user does not know if the CA was authorized to issue the certificate and there could be a chance that the certificate is fraudulent.

        in SSL, SSL Deployment
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  • SSL Review: March 2014, Part 2

    Part 3 of 8 in the Series — SSL Review
    Entrust’s monthly review of SSL discussions — and likely other digital certificates — recaps news, trends and opinions from the industry. March brought us discussions about ECC, ICANN, domain validation, HTTPS and more.

        in SSL
    0
  • Certificate Reputation

    One of the advantages of the SSL industry is that certificates can be issued from most trusted certification authorities (CAs). This allows certificate customers flexibility in choosing their CA or deciding to use a number of CAs. The disadvantage is the end-user does not know if the CA was authorized to issue the certificate and there could be a chance that the certificate is fraudulent.

        in SSL, SSL Deployment
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