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  • Dual-EC DRBG Concerns Hit Media Again

    NIST’s withdrawn special publication 800-90A is back in the news. This time, it’s due to an allegation carried by Reuters that RSA Data Security was paid by the NSA to make the dual-EC (elliptic curve) variant the default deterministic random-bit generator algorithm, or DRBG, in its commercial toolkit product. RSA has denied the allegation. Random-bit generation is a critical foundation of

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  • SSL News from Black Hat and DEF CON 2013

    Every year we review some of the presentations at Black Hat and DEF CON that discuss SSL, TLS and HTTPS. Here is the list from 2013. The Factoring Dead: Preparing for the Cryptopocalypse Download: Slides by Alex Stamos, Tom Ritter, Thomas Ptacek and Javed Samuel This presentation looked into the recent leaps in solving discrete logarithm problem (DLP) by Joux

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  • Entrust withdraws from CA/B Forum

    Entrust has a long history with the CA/Browser Forum. We are one of its founding members, and have worked closely with it since its founding. Sadly, we have had to leave the Forum along with nearly 40% of its membership including other companies such as IdenTrust, Network Solutions, RIM, RSA and T-Systems. Even worse, this comes at a time when

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  • RSA Key Generation Flaw Does Not Affect Entrust Certificates

    The New York Times published an article by John Markoff a couple days ago, “Flaw Found in an Online Encryption Method.” Sadly, the article is behind the Times paywall. Irritatingly, it’s a very good article except for the headline, which is wrong. The flaw isn’t found in the encryption, but in some key generation. A better (and freely available) article

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  • Entrust withdraws from CA/B Forum

    Entrust has a long history with the CA/Browser Forum. We are one of its founding members, and have worked closely with it since its founding. Sadly, we have had to leave the Forum along with nearly 40% of its membership including other companies such as IdenTrust, Network Solutions, RIM, RSA and T-Systems. Even worse, this comes at a time when

        in General, Secure Browsing, SSL
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  • RSA Key Generation Flaw Does Not Affect Entrust Certificates

    The New York Times published an article by John Markoff a couple days ago, “Flaw Found in an Online Encryption Method.” Sadly, the article is behind the Times paywall. Irritatingly, it’s a very good article except for the headline, which is wrong. The flaw isn’t found in the encryption, but in some key generation. A better (and freely available) article

        in EV SSL, SSL, SSL Deployment
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