Sami Van Vliet, Author at Security Boulevard

What is DNS Poisoning? (aka DNS Spoofing) | Keyfactor

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DNS poisoning, also known as DNS cache poisoning or DNS spoofing, is a highly deceptive cyber attack in which hackers redirect web traffic toward fake web servers and phishing websites. These fake sites typically look like the user’s intended destination, making it easy for hackers to trick visitors into sharing ... Read More

What it is IP Spoofing, How to Protect Against It – Keyfactor

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Among the many risks against which you need to protect your organization, one of the most important to know about is IP spoofing ... Read More

Reign in Your Rogue Admins: How to Manage SSL Certificates | Keyfactor

As organizations embrace digital transformation and cutting edge technologies, the scale and distribution of SSL/TLS certificates has grown rapidly, creating new challenges. Sami Van Vliet, Principal Product Manager at Keyfactor, and Mrugesh Chandarana, Senior Product Manager at HID, discussed best practices to manage SSL certificates in their session at the ... Read More

The Importance of Certificate Discovery – Keyfactor

Organizations have thousands, or even tens of thousands, of certificates. If you handle certificates in your company, this comes as no surprise. It's very complex and difficult to keep track of these certificates, much less maintain control over how they're issued or used ... Read More

5 Best Practices for TLS Certificate Management | Keyfactor

In my 15+ years working with PKI and TLS certificates, never has there been so much news about the importance of managing and protecting digital identities. From the recent Microsoft Teams outage to the recent revocation of 3 million+ TLS certificates by Let’s Encrypt, it’s hard to ignore ... Read More