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SN 666: Certificate Transparency

Jun 6, 2018

Security Now (Video HI)

This week we discuss yesterday's further good privacy news from Apple, the continuation of VPNFilter, an extremely clever web browser cross-site information leakage side-channel attack, Microsoft Research's fork of OpenVPN for security in a post-quantum world, Microsoft drops the ball on a 0-day remote code execution vulnerability in JScript, Valve finally patches a longstanding and very potent RCE vulnerability, Redis caching servers continue to be in serious trouble, a previously patched IE 0-day continues to find victims, Google's latest Chrome browser has removed support for HTTP public key pinning (HPKP), and... what is "Certificate Transparency" and why do we need it?

We invite you to read our show notes.

Hosts: Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte

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