Hello everyone, today is a second post in OCSP server management in Windows PowerShell. First blog post in the series was about OCSP server management. Today, I will discuss about Online Responder revocation configuration management using Windows PowerShell. Intro Every single Microsoft Online Responder is capable to provide certificate status for multiple different certification authorities.…

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Hello everyone, I’m excited to announce a public availability of PowerShell PKI module v3.7. New version is a big work around various aspects such as Microsoft Online Responder management, security descriptors. Here is a summary of what we’ve done. PowerShell Module Compatibility We have added syntax compatibility with PowerShell 6.x and newer PowerShell versions. New…

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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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