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Microsoft just publicly announced a release to actively “untrust” three certificates issued by Certificate Authority TURKTRUST and its Intermediate CAs, a subsidiary of the Turkish Armed Forces ELELE Foundation Company. According to Microsoft, the company made a couple major mistakes resulting in fraudulent certificate issuance that could be used to MiTM encrypted communications or spoof […]

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I love it when you receive a spam message that you just couldn’t make up. Yes, I woke up this morning to discover an invitation to attend a ethical hacking course for the low fee of just 3,000 Egyptian Pounds (~500 US Dollars). What a bargain! I guess the first reason I paid attention at […]

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Dutch news site webwereld is reporting that another Dutch security company, Gemnet, has been compromised, although it does not appear to have affected certificate issuance. Gemnet appears to provide security consulting and authentication technologies to nearly all parts of the Dutch government including the Ministry of Security and Justice, Bank of Dutch Municipalities and the […]

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