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Trustwave Admits It Issued A Certificate To Allow Company To Run Man-In-The-Middle Attacks

www.techdirt.com
We've pointed out for years that the whole structure of SSL certificate-based security is open to attack via man-in-the-middle attacks... if you can somehow get a certificate authority to grant you a fake certificate. Of course, the protection against that was supposed to be that a certificate authority wouldn't do...
Trustwave Admits It Issued A Certificate To Allow Company To Run Man-In-The-Middle Attacks
Possible hole in Google Play's app security filter to be demonsrated tomorrow

Critics slam SSL authority for minting certificate for impersonating sites

arstechnica.com
Critics are calling for the ouster of Trustwave as a trusted issuer of secure sockets layer certificates after it admitted minting a credential it knew would be used by a customer to impersonate websites it didn't own. The so-called subordinate root certificate allowed the customer to issue SSL credentials...
Critics slam SSL authority for minting certificate for impersonating sites

Trustwave Admits Issuing Man-in-the-middle Digital Certificate, Mozilla Debates Punishment

www.pcworld.com
Digital Certificate Authority (CA) Trustwave revealed that it has issued a digital certificate that enabled an unnamed private company to spy on SSL-protected......
Trustwave Admits Issuing Man-in-the-middle Digital Certificate, Mozilla Debates Punishment
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