Category Archives: ssl

Wireless Security

At the recent Defcon hacker conference, an important security protocol MSCHAPv2 was shown to be easily cracked.  This protocol is widely used in VPN and secure wireless to allow a user to authenticate without sending a password in the clear … Continue reading

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SSL Certificate Suspension

Due to recent claims of a security breach, GlobalSign (the company that we get our SSL certs from) has temporarily ceased issuing new certificates while they investigate.  No new or renewal certificates will be available until they lift the suspension. … Continue reading

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New Globalsign intermediate certificates

Globalsign (the company we get our SSL certificates from) has issued a new intermediate certificate as of the 26th.  If you are hosting a service that has SSL and have the intermediate certificates installed on your web server, you will … Continue reading

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CUWireless certificates updated

New certificates have been put in place for CUWireless to replace the current ones which were about to expire.  Most users shouldn’t notice anything, however, depending on how your wireless settings are configured you may be prompted to trust a … Continue reading

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