The previously unseen risks associated with internet transaction and certificate authorities

Just below the surface…

22 december 2013
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It is common knowledge that sharing information over the Internet, especially executing online transactions, poses security risks. As a result, Internet transactions rely on certificate authorities to secure such processes. However, the hacking of DigiNotar (a prominent certificate authority in The Netherlands) in the summer of 2011 exposed risks in a previously trusted Internet security process that cannot be ignored. This situation has stunned everyone, not only in the business communities in The Netherlands, but globally, and caused the world to re-evaluate this “trusted” process.

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Jatin Sehgal en Andrea Craig