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Google launches its own Root Certificate Authority

Google is known for slipping fingers in many pies, so it should not come as a surprise that it has opted for starting its own Root Certificate Authority. With the increased …

New minimum code signing requirements for use by all CAs

The Certificate Authority Security Council (CASC), an advocacy group committed to the advancement web security, announced the Code Signing Working Group has released new …

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Open source hardware cryptographic module offered for $800

For a few years now, the CrypTech project has been working on designing an open source hardware cryptographic engine that could be used to secure core Internet infrastructure. …

Let’s Encrypt CA inadvertently leaks users’ email addresses

Let’s Encrypt, the non-profit Certificate Authority (CA) that helps website administrators switch from HTTP to HTTPS quickly and effortlessly, has accidentally leaked …

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