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Top Flaws in Distributed Authentication Systems and how they are Attacked

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4. PKI, PKIX and SSL/TLS Dependencies

 Most successful and widespread security
protocols in history.
 Temptation to interoperate is huge.
 Not an entirely unreasonable argument that, “if
TLS is broken, the entire Internet is broken -
nothing can be trusted.”

 But…



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