back to article More Salt in their wounds: DigiCert hit as hackers wriggle through (patched) holes in buggy config tool

DigiCert, slinger of SSL/TLS certificates, has warned that it too has suffered at the hands of Salty miscreants as a key used for Signed Certificate Timestamps (SCT) was potentially compromised. The company joins Ghost.org and LineageOS in being the target of ne'er do wells as attackers exploited a disclosed (and patched) …

  1. shortfatbaldhairyman

    I definitely need better glasses

    Am I the only one who saw n instead of m in @GreatAmus

  2. Amos1

    Wow, snarky and pointing the finger away from themselves all in one sentence?

    "The company added: "Clients who have followed fundamental internet security guidelines and best practices are not affected by this vulnerability.""

    Shouldn't that line read:

    The company added: "Companies who have followed fundamental internet security guidelines and best practices will not have clients affected by this vulnerability."

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