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Flaw in Certificate Enrollment Control Could Allow Deletion of Digital Certificates

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Release Date:  2002-08-29    Last Update:  2002-09-02    Views:  9,481

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Description


It is possible for an attacker to use a flaw in an ActiveX control called Certificate Enrollment Control to delete user certificates


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