In the past few days we have heard several stories about major corporations getting hacked and their security systems completely bypassed.
China-based users and visitors of GitHub, the globally popular online source code repository, have been targeted with an man-in-the-middle attack late last Friday, reports GreatFire.org, a non-profit organization that reports on the government's online censorship efforts in China.
A fraudulent digital certificate that could be used to spoof content, perform phishing attacks, or perform man-in-the-middle attacks against several Google web properties has been discovered by the Google Chrome Security Team.
Adobe has confirmed that one of their build servers that has access to the Adobe code signing infrastructure has been compromised, allowing attackers to digitally sign two malicious utilities with a valid Adobe code signing certificate.
You have probably already heard that Microsoft released an out-of-band update that revokes three rogue certificates that were used to sign a couple of modules of the recently discovered Flame (SkyWiper) toolkit.
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