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"There is no any hardware or software in this world exists which could stop my heavy attacks"
"There is no any hardware or software in this world exists which could stop my heavy attacks my brain or my skills or my will or my expertise" Or at least that's what "Janam Fadaye Rahbar" (the same identity behind the Comodo attack) would like you to believe. This comes from a text file left on DigiNotar''s CA servers in which he taunts everyone with his hacker skills.
The file was discovered by a security team investigating the DigiNotar attack and reported on in an Interim report detailing what they know about the attack so far. It reveals that DigiNotar's systems had serious security vulnerabilities that allowed several hundred fake certificates to be created, some of which can't even be accounted for.
The "Comodohacker" even claims to have compromised other CAs in a new paste bin post:
You know, I have access to 4 more so HIGH profile CAs, which I can issue certs from them too which I will, I won't name them, I also had access to StartCom CA, I hacked their server too with so sophisticated methods, he was lucky by being sitted in front of HSM for signing, I will name just one more which I still have access: GlobalSign, let me use these accesses and CAs, later I'll talk about them too..
The report also indicates that the connections of several people in Iran may have been compromised and reccomended that users in Iran change their Google passwords.