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Scalable Certificate Monitoring

Feb 14, 2020 9:53:10 AM / by Dan posted in letsencrypt, certificate, incident response

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The enforcement of HTTPS by web browsers has introduced the pain of certificate management to small and medium businesses. My rules of thumb to make your life much easier.

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KeyChest and Reliability

Jun 17, 2019 2:59:01 PM / by Dan posted in keychest, incident response

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Those who have been with us for a while may know that we change the cloud provider to Digital Ocean in January. At the same time, we started experimenting with HA database cluster. And we learnt a lot.

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What could be done if all current Encryption could be broken and cracked?

Jun 14, 2019 1:58:18 PM / by Dan posted in quora, incident response, attack

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If all current encryption were suddenly broken, that would be the end of it for encryption as we know it. With one exception - one-time pad. One-time pad is a provably secure encryption that can’t be broken, but it has practical difficulties - it requires keys as long as the data.

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What would happen within one year after RSA got suddenly broken?

May 19, 2019 9:10:02 PM / by Dan posted in security, quora, incident response

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It is not so hypothetical question as ROCA attack gave as a taste of that in Autumn 2017. A lot of stuff was happening behind the scenes and I believe there are many enterprises yet to realise some important vulnerabilities (e.g., encrypted documents without proper protection).

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