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In what is sure to cause concern at the the top levels of one of the leading security software vendors, upcoming releases of the two more popular Web browsers, Chrome and Firefox, will no longer trust Symantec SSL certificates.

Published in Security

Security firm Recorded Future claims that the use of counterfeit code-signing certificates is on the rise, but is of the view that this will not become too common due to the cost of the certificates.

Published in Security

The CIA created code that could be used to impersonate exfiltration attempts from computers infected with its malware implants as being staged by others, according to WikiLeaks. Three examples of impersonating Kaspersky Lab were released by the whistle-blower website on Thursday.

Published in Government Tech Policy

In the run-up to the release later this month of version 16.04 of the Ubuntu GNU/Linux operating system, the company behind it is promoting its product with the slogan "Ubuntu is everywhere".

Published in Open Sauce
Wednesday, 10 February 2010 23:20

Simple Exchange server certificate management

To give your Microsoft Exchange users the most flexible access options you really need an independent verified SSL certificate. Here's how to do it fast and efficiently with a minimum of fuss and confusion.

Published in Networking

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