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X INFOTECH partners with OeSD to deliver new EU laissez-passer travel documents

Austrian State Printing House (OeSD) has been awarded with a contract for the production of the new laissez-passer travel documents. In order to deliver the electronic travel documents in compliance with the latest security and technology standards the premium solution supplier will collaborate with X INFOTECH, one of the leading system integrators and software developers. 249 more words

Identification

MS: Recover private keys using certutil

First off – you need to be in possession of a KRA cert, this will allow you to recover another user’s pvt key.
Secondly – you need to know what the… 172 more words

Microsoft Help

Chaos and Cryptography

This article proposes theories that aim to improve standard security architecture, specifically in the realms of cryptography and access control. The main proofs of concept focus on the future of email cryptography, email biometrics, public key infrastructure (PKI), and Pretty Good Privacy (PGP). 570 more words

InfoSec

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verifying firmware certificates?

Today, Jody Cloutier of Microsoft announced upcoming changes to Microsoft’s root certs.

Notice of Pending Microsoft Root Update: On August 18, 2015, Microsoft’s Trusted Root Certificate Program will release a scheduled update to the Trusted Root Store. 437 more words

Request and Enroll Multi-SAN certificates on Windows Server 2012

In one of my recent deployments, the customer asked to keep the existing naming convention of his domain, keeping it as “SRV_SVC_01.domain.local”. If you’ve been around long enough, you know that names that contain underscores ( _ ) are a little frowned upon. 472 more words

Skype For Business Server 2015

Choosing a Hash and Encryption Algorithm for a new PKI?

Reference: http://blogs.technet.com/b/askpfeplat/archive/2013/04/22/choosing-a-hash-and-encryption-algorithm-for-a-new-pki.aspx

” If you absolutely must support legacy applications that don’t understand CNG algorithms, and are building out a new public key infrastructure, my advice today is to build two hierarchies. 151 more words

Active Directory