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Mr. Robert David Graham

Wrong Robert David Graham?

Chief Executive Officer

Phone: (404) ***-****  HQ Phone
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Errata Security
1401 Peachtree St. Suite 500
Atlanta , Georgia 30309
United States

Company Description: Errata Security is a privately held firm started in 2006 by experts in the cybersecurity industry. The mission of Errata Security is to give access to the skills...   more

Employment History

  • Chief Technology Officer
    Errata Security
  • Facility Manager
    United States Department of Defense
  • Deputy Chief Officer Director of Operations
    London Fire Brigade
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Web References
The pasword, according to Errata ..., 23 Feb 2015 [cached]
The pasword, according to Errata Security chief technology officer Robert Graham, was easy to crack.
This was confirmed by Robert ..., 19 Feb 2015 [cached]
This was confirmed by Robert Graham, CTO of Errata Security, who managed to extract the private key.
The problem is, Komodia took ..., 22 Feb 2015 [cached]
The problem is, Komodia took an awful shortcut when it created this technology, Errata Security CEO Rob Graham discovered. The safe way to do such a thing is to have every individual PC install a special password used with the fake certificate. That way it wouldn't lure hackers. If they wanted to use the fake certificate to gather data from millions of PCs, they would have to hack the password of each individual PC. Not practical. What Komodia did was use a single password for its certificate software and an easily guessable one at that: "komodia. It took Graham all of three hours to crack the password. Page 2 of 3 - And shortly after, Marc Rogers, a principal security researcher at CloudFlare, published his report noting that Komodia used "the same framework for many, many products. He wrote:
Robert Graham, a researcher ..., 24 Dec 2014 [cached]
Robert Graham, a researcher with Errata Security, stresses that anyone can hire hackers on the black market. These cybersoldiers of fortune might work on behalf of a country or an ex-Sony employee -- and not even know it.
He's also wary of how quickly the U.S. government blamed North Korea. Hacking investigations typically take months, including the FBI's takedown of online drug bazaar Silk Road and hunting down members of LulzSec.
"Even if its true that it was North Korea, I don't think the FBI would do it in three weeks," Graham said. "Maybe six months."
To make matters worse, the encryption ..., 20 Feb 2015 [cached]
To make matters worse, the encryption key is the same for all Superfish certificates, so all a hacker needs to do to gain access to tons and tons of secure data is find a single key-which, according to Errata Security's Robert David Graham, is pretty easy.
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