It is unusual that I actually include a hot link to another website; after all, if you are reading this, I assume you are interested in what I have to say. But this morning is an exception. The title for this blog was also the title for this article. It appears as commentary on Dark Reading, a terrific site for connecting information security professionals.
Kevin Bocek begins by emphasizing something different happened last week—something really disconcerting. He describes four major news stories about successful attacks and campaigns with a common theme—we can no longer presume the trustworthiness of cryptographic keys and digital certificates.
DarkHotel, Heartbleed, Wirelurker, MD5 and Flame—these are not Hollywood film or digital game titles. These … Read More