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A company that sells certificates guaranteeing the security of websites, GlobalSign, said Tuesday it is temporarily halting the issuance of new certificates over concerns it may have been targeted by hackers.
Hackers who broke into a Dutch web security firm have issued hundreds of bogus security certificates for spy agency websites including the CIA as well as for Internet giants like Google, Microsoft and Twitter, the government said Monday.
Hackers who broke in to a Dutch Web-security firm have issued hundreds of bogus security certificates for spy-agency websites including the CIA as well as for Internet giants like Google, Microsoft and Twitter, the government said Monday.
Vasco Data Security International Inc. says its Dutch subsidiary DigiNotar was hacked last month, with the result that some users' supposedly secure communications with websites including Google may have been monitored.
Experts say the Iranian government may have been behind a hacking attack, allowing it to read Google email from dissidents who thought they were using secure connections.