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DNS Registrar Vulnerabilities

By Bruce Morton
September 19, 2013
Watchers of the SSL industry follow SSL protocol attacks such as BEAST, CRIME, Lucky 13 and RC4 closely. They also track the rare certification authority (CA) attacks such as Comodo or DigiNotar. But they don’t seem to spend much time following attacks to the domain name registration system (DNS).

Public Key Pinning

By Bruce Morton
September 06, 2013
Public Key Pinning was great idea at first. Google used static public keys to protect their websites. In doing so, the keys were embedded in Chrome and were useful in helping users find the DigiNotar attack in 2011, and in a mistaken certification authority (CA) certificate issued by TURKTRUST in 2012.
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