An eMail signed via S/MIME also contains the X.509 certificate chain containing the public key in order to directly verify the signature (assuming its issuing CA is deemed trustworthy). The chain does ...
Can I make assumptions about minimum and maximum key sizes if all I know about a TLS server is the fact that it uses DHE_RSA for key exchange? Can the server be configured to use weak key sizes for ...
I thinking about GPG, is very widely used, but is secure? Why and where we using GPG? I found an article from 2002, but is very old.
Knowledge of a CA private key would allow MitM attackers to transparently supplant any certificates signed by that private key. It would also allow cyber criminals to start forging their own trusted ...
I have a small number of different workstations (plus client devices like iPhone) that I use for to connecting to numerous servers using SSH. Originally when I learned about PKI, I created a single ...
What would you look for in a (X.509-) PKI solution, and why would you look for that, given the following constraints: Available programming/sw-engineering know how is limited (ie, "OpenSSL with a ...
I am looking for the pros and cons of outsourcing an organization's Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). I understand that the answer to whether or not to actually outsource is going to depend on the ...