News recently broke about Dell shipping a self-signed root Certificate Authority (CA) certificate and its private key on a wide range of Windows-based systems. This provided an opportunity for attackers to use the CA to generate bogus certificates for popular websites, and subsequently intercept traffic to and from those sites on open networks (like a...
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