I am extremely proud to announce that today we have launched our Online PKI Assessment Portal. This new service is the first of its kind to offer online, automated, self-paced review and assessments of Microsoft ADCS based PKIs. We have been performing onsite PKI Assessments for customers for years now. Typically focused on the design,…

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It was recently announced that Google Chrome will be joining Apple Safari in implementing a change to publicly trusted SSL/TLS certificates. This change, however, will impact organizations operating their own internal PKI as well. While the change was initially submitted to the official CA/Browser Forum, the vote failed last year. However, both Apple and Google…

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Now is the time to keep your PKI healthy – now more than ever. The key to operating and maintaining your PKI is understanding how it all works. We all know that PKIs are the foundational backbone of enterprise IT security, IoT, and industry specific security standards. Ensuring the security and integrity of your PKI…

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If you joined our PKI Solutions Office Hours – our live Q&A – held on April 2, 2020 with Mark Cooper, Vadims Podāns, and Jacob Grandlienard, you were part of a lively PKI discussion. With questions around setting up permissions in ADCS, the pros and cons of where CDPs are located, and configuring NDES, this…

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In a previous blog on Object Identifiers (OID) in PKI, I mentioned creating a certificate template for Remote Desktop Connection (RDP).  In this blog, I will show how to create the template, why the OID and extensions are important, and how to implement it and remove self-signed certificate warnings from RDP connections.  Important Note Prior…

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