Linked by HAL2001 on Mon 5th Sep 2011 14:15 UTC
Privacy, Security, Encryption The number of rogue SSL certificates issued by Dutch CA DigiNotar has balooned from one to a couple dozen to over 250 to 531 in just a few days. As Jacob Appelbaum of the Tor project shared the full list of the rogue certificates, it became clear that fraudulent certificates for domains of a number of intelligence agencies from around the world were also issued during the CA's compromise - including the CIA, MI6 and Mossad. Additional targeted domains include Facebook, Yahoo!, Microsoft, Skype, Twitter, Tor, Wordpress and many others.
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RE: Well duh.
by ameasures on Mon 5th Sep 2011 20:14 UTC in reply to "Well duh."
ameasures
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2006-01-09

Never leave anything related to information technology to us Dutch. We WILL fcuk it up. Over the past decade, every IT-related government project has failed. Every. Single. One. It's a major problem in The Netherlands.


As a Brit, I relate painfully to your sentiment - the question isn't "Where it is it bad?" but rather "Which country, if any, gets it right?"

Edited 2011-09-05 20:15 UTC

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