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Mozilla launched a new stable version for the Firefox web browser, implementing support for public-key pinning, a feature that validates the legitimacy of a server based on an internal list of trusted certificates. Secure communication (SSL/TLS) to an online service is done by encrypting the traffic, based on a digital certificate issued by any Certificate […]

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In this blog we shall reveal the uses for certificates, uncover how to combat abused certificates and dig deep into an example of how malicious software can be digitally signed to pass certification verification. What is a certificate? In cryptography, a public key certificate, also known as a digital certificate, is an electronic document that […]

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On Sunday, Microsoft issued Security Advisory 2718704 which announces an update that revokes the trust of two Microsoft-issued intermediate Certificate Authority (CA) certificates for all currently supported versions of Windows. The certificates revoked are: Microsoft Enforced Licensing Intermediate PCA (2 certificates) Microsoft Enforced Licensing Registration Authority CA (SHA1) As outlined in Microsoft’s initial advisory, analysis […]

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