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 ...
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 ...
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like to make sure that I can detect if someone tries to do a MITM attack with a stolen certificate, which since has been revoked.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 ...
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 ...