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How does checking CRLs make sites less safe?

With the frantic certificate upheaval resulting from the Heartbleed fiasco [drink!], there has been lots of talk regarding certificate revocation, and in particular the policy of certificate ...
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How are CRLsets more secure?

Google Chrome doesn't do typical CRL/OSCP checks, instead it depends on CRLsets. In simple terms, Google scoops up the CRLs from most CAs, trims them down and delivers the CRLset to the browser via ...
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How to configure Browser to detect revoked certificates?

In the context of the Heartbleed bug I would like to make sure that I can detect if someone tries to do a MITM attack with a stolen certificate, which since has been revoked. The problem is that ...
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In theory, can x509 certificates use Accumulator-based revocation schemes? How do these schemes work?

On page 3 of this U-Prove document regarding toke revocation, the author says the benefit of Accumulator-based revocation schemes is A cryptographic accumulator allows the aggregation of a large ...