Stop using self-signed certificates for 802.1X

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Stop using self-signed certificates for 802.1X

When setting up 802.1X we often run into questions about using self signed certificates for WPA2-Enterprise server certificate validation.  First, we should clarify the difference between a self-signed certificate and a private Certificate Authority — this is often a point of …

LogJam- Another cryptography bug from the past

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LogJam- Another cryptography bug from the past

A team of researchers recently discovered a new vulnerability that significantly weakens the encrypted connection between a user and web or email server, potentially putting your secure web information at risk. This latest flaw, named the “LogJam” bug, affects all …

802.1X and HTTPS face off when it comes to server certificate validation

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802.1X and HTTPS face off when it comes to server certificate validation

This is part 2 of our series on server certificate validation. In talking with many customers about setting up RADIUS certificates, it is clear many admins have a difficult time describing the server certification validation process to their user base. …

There’s A New Wireless Protocol In Town, Exclusively Designed For IoT Devices

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There’s A New Wireless Protocol In Town, Exclusively Designed For IoT Devices

Most of today’s Internet of Things (IoT) technology relies on a single device on an existing, in-home WiFi network to communicate with products around the home. As such, it has always been difficult for multiple home automation devices to communicate …

Resolving IOS 7 Certificate Issues

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Resolving IOS 7 Certificate Issues

The latest iOS 7 release is known to cause connectivity issues for Organizations that are using a server certificate that was issued by a subordinate CA certificate. Resolving this issue by hand means that BYOD users must manually add any …