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Event viewer application log not updating

Cryptography is the science of securing information by converting it between its normal, readable state (called plaintext) and one in which the data is obscured (known as ciphertext).

For these operating systems and devices, customers do not need to take any action as these systems and devices will be automatically protected. The purpose of this advisory is to notify customers that the private keys for an SSL/TLS digital certificate for *have been inadvertently disclosed.

For systems running Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, or Windows Server 2008 R2 that are using the automatic updater of certificate trust lists (see Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 2677070 for details), customers do not need to take any action as these systems will be automatically protected. The SSL/TLS certificate could be used to perform man-in-the-middle attacks against Xbox Live customers. The issue was caused by the inadvertent disclosure of private key information for a cryptographic certificate for *.

After looking at the GP operational log under event viewer i am not seeing any errors or warnings.

It cannot be used to issue other certificates, impersonate other domains, or sign code.

Although this issue does not result from an issue in any Microsoft product, we are nevertheless updating the CTL and providing an update to help protect customers.

Microsoft will continue to investigate this issue and may make future changes to the CTL or release a future update to help protect customers.

Normally you won’t have to think about certificates at all.