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  • Flawed reused code opens zero-day in Cyanogenmod

    13.10.2014

    An unnamed security researcher says that Cyanogenmod, the popular Android-based mobile OS, sports a zero-day vulnerability that can be misused to target users with Man-in-the-Middle attacks.

  • HP to revoke certificate that was used to signed malware

    13.10.2014

    HP has announced to its customers that it will soon revoke a specific private digital certificate that they used to sign some software components that ship with some of its older products, because the certificate has also been used to sign malicious software.

  • Critical SSL flaw patched in Firefox, Thunderbird, Chrome

    25.09.2014

    If you are a Mozilla Firefox, Thunderbird or Seamonkey user, you should implement the latest patches issued by the company as soon as possible, as they fix a critical bug whose exploitation can lead to successful Man-in-the-Middle attacks.

  • Interest for SSL and PKI on the rise

    23.07.2014

    The surge in the number of data breaches and recent security bugs such as Heartbleed has generated strong interest in digital certificates and technologies, including SSL and PKI.

  • Google catches India with fake certificates

    09.07.2014

    As the world becomes more dependent, and some might say blindly so, on digital certificates itís only natural that attackers will seek to circumvent this trust.




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