Tag Archives: LDAP

CRLs are a critical part of security infrastructure – oh dear!

3 Sep

In the article “why has encrypted email not taken off” I looked at some of the barriers to the widespread adoption of secure email. Certificate revocation was one factor discussed.

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Paradise Lost?

20 Aug

During the late 1980’s and early 1990’s I spent a great deal of my time, and European Research funding, working on the Paradise project. Was it worth the effort?

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Prehistory of LDAP

9 Apr

It all started in the basement of the Computer Science department of University College London in about 1988. I was working alongside Paul Sharpe of then of GEC, who was working on user agents on the Thorn project.

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