EDIT (7/7/2016) - see addition at the end of post I have been keenly following the issues with regards to Microsoft deprecating the use of SHA1 code-signing certificates for Windows executables (http:...
Imagine this scenario: 1st December 2014 - a certificate is stolen and used to sign malware with 2014-12-01 timestamp. 15th December 2014 - the certificate is revoked. Malware will be prevented from ...
What is the best way for an enterprise to manage code signing certificates? The default seems to be that Apple and Android keys get stored by each developer on their machines. I see systems like ...
Sometimes it can be advantageous to use existing trust relationships in one certification world - X.509 or PGP - to create trust in the other world. At the lowest level I can always take an X.509 cert ...
I'm trying to wrap my head around the OCSP revocationTime for D-Link's certificate. I recently answered another question and ended up drafting a timeline. That timeline is basically this: Jul 5 00:...
I discovered that a signed installer package that is reported as correctly signed on Windows 7 and earlier, is reported as "corrupt" in IE10 on Windows 8. Further investigation showed that the ...