Certification with Multiple Signatures


Certificate Authority (CA) is a single point of failure in the design of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). A single compromised CA breaks the entire infrastructure. The disclosed CA key can be used by adversaries to issue rogue certificates for any domains without the consent of the domain owners. These rogue certificates have been used in Man-in-the-Middle… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2808062.2808068


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