A comprehensive look at the security updates in iOS 5 and OS X Lion 10.7.2. In addition to new features for iOS users, many critical fixes are present.
Microsoft has reissued a security update to remove DigiNotar's certificates from Windows XP and Windows 2003 after a mistake in last week's Patch Tuesday failed to remove most important certificates that were being abused.
Mike Wood a Senior Threat Researcher with SophosLabs is Chet's guest. They discuss the upcoming Patch Tuesday, the new Firesheep and go in depth on the recent troubles at certificate authority DigiNotar.
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Digital certificate authority GlobalSign rather gutsily took itself out of business last week following a burst of online braggadocio from an Iranian hacker claiming to have "owned" the company.
GlobalSign is back. Looks like the self-serving hacker was nothing more than that.
Apple have released an update for OS X Lion and Snow Leopard to revoke the digital certificates that were compromised by hackers at DigiNotar last week.Be sure you are currently on 10.6.8 or 10.7.1 for full protection.
Google is advising *all* its users in Iran to change their Gmail passwords, and check that their accounts have not been compromised.
Digital certificate authority GlobalSIgn, the fifth largest issuer of SSL certificates, ceased signing new certificates today after accusations by an Iranian hacker that they are compromised.
Firefox 6.0.2 has just come out, blocking even more browser certificates than Firefox 6.0.1, in yet more fallout from the mess caused by disgraced Dutch web security company DigiNotar.