“CMS has put up a gate at the front end of the system that places visitors in a waiting room and lets them in at a particular pace so that the surge in volume does not cause the problems that it caused in the past,” Carney said during Monday’s White House press briefing.
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The company was founded in 1998 by Daniel M. Lewin (then a graduate student at MIT) and MIT applied mathematics professor Tom Leighton, together with Jonathan Seelig, Preetish Nijhawan and Randall Kaplan. Lewin was killed aboard American Airlines Flight 11, which crashed in the September 11 attacks of 2001. Leighton currently serves as Akamai’s CEO.
The company operates a network of servers around the world and rents space on these servers to customers who want their websites to work faster by distributing content from locations close to the user. When a user navigates to a website, such as healthcare.gov, Bing, Facebook, or Twitter, their browser is redirected to one of Akamai’s copies of this website, almost entirely invisible to the vast majority of its users. However, since SSL is designed to highlight hidden intermediaries, Akamai has struggled to make secure web pages work with their service, and an attempt to connect to a popular website over HTTPS will often reveal Akamai.
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While the press has focused on the sensational fact that Comodo’s site was hacked from an Iranian IP address — and one of the bogus SSL certificates was used on an Iranian site for a short period of time — we really should be asking three questions:
How did somebody working with an Iranian IP address get a username and password from Comodo with enough clearance to create SSL certificates?
Why did Comodo issue SSL certificates for google.com, live.com, yahoo.com, mozilla.org, and skype.com? Isn’t anybody watching?
Why are browser updates used to revoke SSL certificates? That’s preposterous.
Hey buddy, you are in the waiting room. Count your blessings. Once you are enrolled you die.
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