from The Azure Podcast , on 7/20/2020 , played: 92 time(s)
Principal PM in the Azure Rukmani Gopalan joins us on the continuing discussion on ADLS. This time we focus on migration from Gen 1 to Gen 2. Rukmani gives us the background behind the two services and how and why you should migrate.
Revocation of non-compliant Certificate Authorities potentially impacting customer’s Azure service(s).
Published date: July 15, 2020
Certificate Authority (CA) Browser members recently published reports detailing multiple certificates issued by CA vendors that are used by Microsoft customers, as well as the greater technology community, that were out of compliance with industry standards for publicly trusted CAs. The reports regarding the non-compliant CAs can be found here:
1. Bug 1649951
2. Bug 1650910
As per standard compliance requirements, CA vendors began revoking non-compliant CAs and issuing compliant CAs which require customers to re-issue their certificates. Microsoft is partnering closely with these vendors to minimize the potential impact to Azure Services, however self-issued certificates or certificates used in “Bring Your Own Certificate” (BYOC) scenarios are still at risk of being unexpectedly revoked.
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