Experts Warning In Light Of Let’s Encrypt Revoked Certificates Incident

Following the news that Let’s Encrypt, a free-to-use non profit will begin revoking certain SSL/TLS certificates issued within the last 90 days which could impact millions of active Let’s Encrypt certificates.

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Shane Curran
Shane Curran , CEO
InfoSec Expert
January 27, 2022 10:15 am

<p>This highlights the benefits of a centralized approach to encryption. The news of certificates being revoked within 2 days can be a nightmare for already over-stretched security teams. </p>
<div>The centralisation of encrypted data allows third-parties to proactively monitor for vulnerabilities like this and react quickly on their customers\’ behalf in order to keep their networks secure – ultimately, easing the burden.</div>
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<div>Affected companies should immediately prioritise refreshing all LetsEncrypt certificates to avoid any customer impact, irrespective of whether the certificate is one of those impacted.</div>

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