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Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2012 15:06:41 +0100
From: imipak <>
To:, Full Disclosure <>
Subject: Re: [Full Disclosure] Unauthorized Digital
	Certificates Could Allow Spoofing

> what does this mean?
> m$ inadvertently gave signing rights to lusers, they got rooted or
something else?


 "[..] certificates issued by our Terminal Services licensing certification
authority, which are intended to only be used for license server
verification, could also be used to sign code as Microsoft. Specifically,
when an enterprise customer requests a Terminal Services activation
license, the certificate issued by Microsoft in response to the request
allows code signing without accessing Microsoft’s internal PKI


  wake up the past
    and tell it to stay away

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