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I had the good fortune to recently attend GrrCON (pronounced “Grrrr Con”), one of the larger Midwestern United States information security and hacking conferences. Moxie Marlinspike kicked off the event with his keynote presentation titled “SSL And The Future Of Authenticity.” He gave the same presentation at DEFCON, which my colleague Chester Wisniewski detailed in […]

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Almost from the beginning of the DigiNotar CA Disaster (report here), we had a reason to believe the case was connected to “ComodoGate” — the hacking of another Certificate Authority earlier this year, by an Iranian attacker. This connection has now been confirmed. After ComodoGate, the hacker — who called himself ComodoHacker — sent a […]

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Update: Mozilla have announced out of an abundance of caution that they are releasing new versions of Firefox, Firefox Mobile and Thunderbird to revoke the trust of DigiNotar’s root certificate for signing certificates. I presume this is because DigiNotar has not explained how the Google certificate was signed and to prevent further abuse. This could […]

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