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By: Symantec     Published Date: Oct 02, 2012
Best Practices for Securing Your Email Server with SSL Certificates and Subject Alternative Names
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     Symantec
By: Venafi     Published Date: Mar 04, 2015
This technical case study addressing key and certificate security issues is designed for security conscious enterprises to understand real-life attack scenarios that threaten their businesses in today’s world. This white paper demonstrates a recent attack that used cryptographic keys and digital certificates as well as guidance on how to protect certificates and keys and quickly discover and remediate breaches. This paper should be read by more technical IT security staff who are interested in detailed attack methods and remediation tactics. The executive summary is intented for IT Security leaders (CISOs and their direct reports) and addresses the proof-of-concept attack impacts on the business. The attack scenario described in this technical white paper is based on a reproduction of a real-world attack in a Raxis test environment that simulated an enterprise security infrastructure.
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     Venafi
By: DigiCert     Published Date: Jun 19, 2018
Many security-minded organizations utilize code signing to provide an additional layer of security and authenticity for their software and files. Code signing is carried out using a type of digital certificate known as a code-signing certificate. The process of code signing validates the authenticity of legitimate software by confirming that an application is from the organization who signed it. While code-signing certificates can offer more security, they can also live an unintended secret life providing cover for attack groups, such as the Suckfly APT group. In late 2015, Symantec identified suspicious activity involving a hacking tool used in a malicious way against one of our customers. Normally, this is considered a low-level alert, however, the hacktool had an unusual characteristic not typically seen with this type of file; it was signed with a valid code-signing certificate. Download this whitepaper to find out more about how you can protect your business from such threats.
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     DigiCert
By: DigiCert     Published Date: Jun 19, 2018
Just as automation has become mandatory for scaling cloud workflows and critical workloads up or down in today’s dynamic business environment, the same is true in today’s dynamic threat environment. The ability to automate certificate renewals with our Complete Website Security solution helps you to strengthen certificate security, while helping you save resources, time and money on certificate administration and ensuring you remain compliant with industry rules and regulations. Download this whitepaper today to find out more.
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