Cybersecurity researchers have discovered a new technique that uses a flaw that allows the Wi-Fi Protected Setup protocol to be completely bypassed. The new method only requires one try, using a single shot based on previous offline calculations, and takes roughly one second to crack the PIN code.September 8, 2014 in Authentication
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.