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In-Country CA pentesting

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TinyBrain
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In-Country CA pentesting

Post Posted: Jun 22, 19 06:41

CAs are most crucial in forensics related to MITM or traffic hijacking. For this we have to friendly pentest the Swiss CAs. But their is a risk in the shadow. CAs intertrust each others and its an open question which global CAs build an alliance or collaborate. So first we have to understand who is the most reliable, most secure and most politically not influenceable CA (e.g. 5E member).

Who did crypto-based research in the field of CA collaborative TrustQuality?  
 
  

TinyBrain
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Re: In-Country CA pentesting

Post Posted: Jun 23, 19 14:02

Which authority approves CAs?  
 
  

jaclaz
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Re: In-Country CA pentesting

Post Posted: Jun 23, 19 16:31

- TinyBrain
Which authority approves CAs?


There are many ALPACAs (Authority Lawfully Providing Approval for CAs) around.

jaclaz
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armresl
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Re: In-Country CA pentesting

Post Posted: Jun 23, 19 20:10

There is an ALPACA very near my house.

- jaclaz
- TinyBrain
Which authority approves CAs?


There are many ALPACAs (Authority Lawfully Providing Approval for CAs) around.

jaclaz

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