DEFCON web certificate expires – what’s going on?

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I just wanted to check whether the Agenda has been updated … well, I guess it wasn’t. defcon.org uses HSTS so it’s pretty tricky to access the web even with a “red bar”.

We are to launch a tool to keep an eye on all certificates. I was told that it’s a hard sell and I’m being a kind of silly for being nervous I missed a server or two and our infrastructure would collapse.

I guess it’s always good to have a fresh graph with expiration dates.

The pity is that we are a few days late with our https://keychest.net/ service launch. Yes, one should stick to ones deadlines 🙁 Well, if you want a free weekly KPI about all your certificates – please check in a week’s time.

The landing page for keychest.net to launch very soon


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Dan Cvrcek

Co-founder of Radical Prime and Enigma Bridge. Indendent consultant on security and encryption systems (incl. large banking, payment, and enterprise systems) ... and a university professor.

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