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PKI and PKE Newsletters

*PKI = DoD PKI Certificate Required
 

 Newsletters

 
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This newsletter includes topics such as "Authentication vs Content Inspection", "PKE for Mac", "Bouncy Castle, Spongy Castle, and Android", It's Time to Update Your Trust Stores!", and "Choosing the Right Data for Certificate Mapping". (PDF Download) Date: 04/2013 | Size: 1,563 KB
This newsletter includes topics such as "Smart Phones Need Smart Security", "Combined Endeavor", "Risks of Software Certificates", and "Alternate Revocation Checking Options".(PDF Download) Date: 11/2012 | Size: 1,313 KB
This newsletter includes topics such as "PIV-I: A Primer", "Evaluating Thin Clients for SIPRNet", "New Rich Revocation Checking Capabilities for Weblogic Server", and "Wireless Update". (PDF Download) Date: 08/2012 | Size: 1,408 KB
This newsletter includes topics such as "New PKE Tools Roundup", "Working Toward a More Streamlined CAC", "New DOD-Approved External PKIs", and "Thin Client SIPRNet Token Support".(PDF Download) Date: 03/2012 | Size: 2,024 KB
This newsletter includes topics such as "New SIPRNet PK-Enablement Deadlines", "Cross-Certificate Chaining Issue Recap", "Time to Update Your Trust Store!", "Combined Endeavor 2011", "Updated 90meter Evaluation and Distribution Process" and "Testing Thin Client Support for the SIPRNet Token". (PDF Download) Date: 01/2012 | Size: 1,079 KB
This newsletter includes topics such as "New DoD Authentication Policy", "JPAS Transitioning to Certificate-Based Authentication", "Federal Bridge 2.0", "SIPRNet RCVS DTM Migration", "Air Force Offline Certificate Request Tool", and "DoD PKE Web Site Refresh". (PDF Download) Date: 09/2011 | Size: 2,538 KB
This newsletter includes topics such as "DoD's Migration to SHA-256", "Ensuring Security and Interoperability with DoD Partners: 2048-bit RSA Certificates", "Security Awareness", "Wireless Update", and "OCSP Trust Models". (PDF Download) Date: 04/2011 | Size: 1,655 KB
This newsletter includes topics such as "Enforcing Certificate Assurance Levels for Secure Interoperability," Missing Encryption Certificates in Outlook 2007," "Wireless Update," "InstallRoot Overview" and "DoD PKI Test Certificates."(PDF Download) Date: 12/2010 | Size: 2,274 KB
This newsletter includes topics such as "Authentication is having an Identity Crisis," "PKE Support for External PKIs," "Smartphones Need Smart Security," "Mobile Code Signing Certificates," "When a Good Card Goes Bad," and "ActivClient and Remote Desktop Protocol."(PDF Download) Date: 7/2010 | Size: 842 KB
This newsletter includes topics such as "Why isn't my favorite touch screen device part of a DOD approved unclassified mobile messaging solution?," "New SECRET level PKI for the DOD and our Federal Partners," "Coalition PKI," "The DoD External Certification Authority (ECA) Program," and "The Combined Endeavor Experience."(PDF Download) Date: 3/2010 | Size: 537 KB
This newsletter includes topics such as "SIPRNET Hardware Token Pilot Begins," "The Non-Person Entity (NPE) Initiative," "Using CRLAutoCache to Locally Cache CRLs," and "Using Your BlackBerry: How to Send and Receive Secure Email."(PDF Download) Date: 12/2009 | Size: 459 KB
PKE Post: Summer 2016 *PKI
This newsletter includes topics such as "DoD's Migration to SHA-256", "Initial Findings from Software Certificate Testing at DISA", and "InstallRoot 5.0: A Whole New InstallRoot". (PDF Download) Date: 07/27/2016 | Size: 1,478 KB
 

 PKE Puzzle Corner Solutions

 
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Solutions
PKE Quarterly Post: Fall 2012
​Software platforms change
PKE's mission remains
Go forth, enable
PKE Quarterly Post: Spring Summer 2012
Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead. – Benjamin Franklin
PKE Quarterly Post: Winter 2012
​Mind your p's and q's with a FIPS 140-2 validated random number generator
PKE Quarterly Post: Fall 2011
Amateurs hack systems professionals hack people - Bruce Schneier
PKI Quarterly Post: Summer 2011
identification authentication non repudiation data integrity and encryption are the security services pki provides however "building security in" is the key
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