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Google Chrome Version 58: Short and Long Term Fixes

Posted by CSS Technical Team on May 5, 2017 2:02:23 PM

With Google’s recent Chrome 58 version update, your Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) may suddenly be impacted. Your formerly-compliant HTTPS certificates may no longer be working. CSS is here to explain what has changed, why has it changed and how to identify which certificates may be impacted. We will look at a temporary Google Chrome work around and view best practice security settings to adopt when working with SANs (Subject Alternative Name) certificates.

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Topics: expired certs, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), Google Chrome Version 58, CRL Monitoring, Certificate Provisioning, PKI for chrome

iOS 5, S/MIME, and Digital Certificate Management

Posted by Ted Shorter on Sep 15, 2011 9:50:12 AM

iOS 5, Apple’s new operating system for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch, will be released “soon” – Apple officially says “this Fall,” and many prognosticators are pointing to sometime in October. While the new release has hundreds of new features, the feature that’s of particular interest to digital identity practitioners such as CSS is one that’s received very little press to date:

S/MIME.

The current version of iOS4.x supports the use of digital certificates for authentication: to things like wireless networks, VPNs, and Microsoft ActiveSync . But starting with iOS 5, iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch users will be able to send and receive digitally signed and encrypted email messages directly from their device.

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Topics: digital certificate, consumerization of IT, apple, iOS 5, iPhone, IT Security, consumerization, Microsoft Security Partner, authentication, Certificate Reporting Tool, cert downtime, Certificate Management System (CMS), Industry Trends, mCMS, Software Products, Certificate revocation list, iPad, CRT, iOS management services, expired certs, mobile certificate, iOS, Blog, digital certificates expire, BYOD, expired digital certificates, Got PKI?

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