Moving past the madness of manually updated X.509 certificates

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Microsoft’s Active Directory (AD) is by far the most widely used enterprise repository for digital identities. Microsoft Active Directory Certificate Services (ADCS) is an integrated, optional component of Windows Server designed to issue digital certificates. Since it’s a built-in and “free” option, it’s no surprise that ADCS has been widely embraced by enterprises around the world. An on-premises or cloud/hybrid public key infrastructure (PKI) has proven to be more secure and easier to use than … More

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Moving past the madness of manually updated X.509 certificates