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Heartbleed Aftershock: The New Certificate Threat

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  • Heartbleed Aftershock: The New Certificate Threat

    Heartbleed Aftershock: The New Certificate Threat

    Ten days after the Heartbleed bug was first revealed to the public, companies are scrambling to ***** servers and update software. But the crisis isn't over.

    See also: The Heartbleed Hit List: The Passwords You Need to Change Right **w


    It's **t e**ugh for companies to simply ***** the copy of OpenSSL — the software at the root of the Heartbleed bug. Companies must also revoke and reissue digital certificates for their Heartbleed-vulnerable sites. And the clock is ticking.

    The DL on digital certificates

    A digital certificate — often called an SSL certificate — is most commonly used by a web browser to validate that a web server is secure. The website applies for a certificate with a certification authority (CA) as a way to prove the site is who it says it is. This certificate shows that website X is connected with a specific name, email and DNS address, which helps "prove" its identity. Read more...

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