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Flame Singes Microsoft Security Certificates

June 5, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

The Flame malware that’s been creeping through computer systems in the Middle East used Microsoft digital certificates to launch attacks. Redmond has issued a security advisory and shut down the affected certs. Microsoft found that certificates issued by its Terminal Services licensing certification authority could be used to sign code without accessing the company’s internal public key infrastructure.

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