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Mark Russinovich
Find rogue certs: Sigcheck update coming that reports machine trusted certs not in Microsoft trusted cert list:
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Mark Russinovich 20 Dec 15
Replying to @sleevi_
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SwiftOnSecurity 20 Dec 15
when the world's experts talk on Twitter 😍
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Mark Russinovich 20 Dec 15
Replying to @sleevi_
Not trusted any more means not trusted, right?
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Mark Russinovich 20 Dec 15
Replying to @sleevi_
Not sure what you mean by damage: point of tool is to highlight certs not in current trusted list => merit investigation.
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Mark Russinovich 22 Dec 15
Replying to @sleevi_
Send me your email address and I'll send you a Sigcheck beta to try.
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Eric Lawrence 🎻 20 Dec 15
Replying to @markrussinovich
only \Machine\ store or \CurrentUser\ too?
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Mark Russinovich 20 Dec 15
Replying to @ericlaw
Either.
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Rob Stradling 21 Dec 15
3 months notice is "suddenly"? How much notice did you want?
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Yuhong Bao 20 Dec 15
I think the default on Server 2003 is not to do auto root update.
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Yuhong Bao 20 Dec 15
Fortunately, the roots built into initpki.dll has not been changed since NT4 SP6/IE 5.01/Win2000 I think.
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