SSL Comes Under Fire

Sausner, Rebecca
September 2009
Bank Technology News;Sep2009, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p14
Trade Publication
Information about the Black Hat 2009 security conference in Las Vegas, Nevada is presented. Chief technical officer (CTO) Jeremiah Grossman and director of solutions architecture, Trey Ford, of WhiteHat Security Inc. discussed some of computer vulnerabilities that the technology company specialized. The paper entitled "Breaking the Security Myths of Extended Validation SSL Certificate," was presented by Alexander Sotirov and Mike Zusman.


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