A Certificate Revocation List (CRL) is a blacklist of revoked or compromised serial numbers of certificates. As a serial number has no direct relationship to a certificate and can be fabricated in a compromised CA, it is considered a weak blacklist.

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Can Windows log CryptoAPI CRL timouts?

I suspect that the process of building the CRL cache may cause latency in some applications. We have several .NET applications that occasionally "act slow" with no CPU or disk access. I suspect that ...
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How large is the certificate OCSP and CRL cache in my Windows server?

How can I see the size of the in-memory OCSP cache to a CRL cache in my Domain Controllers? In other words, most Windows process that uses CryptoAPIs have an in-memory cache of every CRL and OCSP ...
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How to check multiple CRL lists with nginx client authentication?

I have a custom easyrsa setup with a root and three CAs signed by the root. (Three different sub-cas depending on the user type), like this: RootCA +----- AdminUserCA +----- EmployeeCA +----- ...
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Force Apache to reload CRL without reloading everything

Is there a way to force the Apache server to reload an updated CRL without reloading everything? In particular, I noticed that it takes between 10 and 20 seconds for the application servers in ...