RESTON, Va., Oct. 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The ROCA vulnerability discovered by researchers at Masaryk University in the Czech Republic has the internet security community understandably concerned. The researchers will present the attack method on November 2nd giving Internet users only a short amount of time to take precautions. Every digital certificate user needs to be aware of this latest vulnerability and importantly, whether their identity credentials are susceptible to this weakness.
Using the same detection code authored by the researchers, CertiPath created the TrustMonitor ROCA Vulnerability Test tool that can accept bulk certificates or certificate bundles (p7b), immediately providing results. CertiPath has also provided a set of test certificates containing vulnerable keys that can be used to confirm any ROCA test tool's capabilities.
CertiPath, a leading provider of PKI expertise and innovative tools, is making this publicly available to help maintain the integrity of PKI and the Internet overall.
CertiPath has developed a framework for identity monitoring and analytics to address the rising occurrences of identity-related gaps in the IT services and systems security. CertiPath's products and services make secure credentials and online identities safer and more efficient to use enabling enterprises to establish and leverage a reliable Trust Fabric that can insure your critical assets are being accessed by valid and vetted users.