by Mike Masnick
Thu, Jul 24th 2014 7:43am
James Clapper and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) have been among the loudest FUD-spewers concerning the "threats" to cybersecurity out there, and the need for massively dangerous "cybersecurity" legislation that would really just open up the ability for the Intelligence Community to get more access to private data. However, security researcher and ACLU guy Chris Soghoian noticed yesterday that the SSL security certificate on the ODNI website isn't even valid:
In response, Soghoian joked: "[ODNI], I'll make you a deal: You fix your website's broken encryption cert, and I'll start to take your cyber fearmongering seriously."
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