Mozilla is following Microsoft’s SHA-1 deprecation timeline and adding SHA-1 security warnings to the Firefox Web Console and browser.
Two easy-to-use free tools to make SHA-1 migration as easy as possible and provide a free SHA-2 certificate for sites upgrading to SHA-256.
85% sites rely on security from SHA-1 certificates, this could problematic for site owners as Google rushes to end trust in SHA-1 over the next few months.
Public Key Pinning protects users against man-in-the-middle attacks and even mis-issued certificates.
To better secure personal data, the federal government is now requiring FBCA cross-certified certificates for any company exchanging electronic health records a federal agency.
As the first Certificate Authority to join the WBA, DigiCert brings our security expertise to help develop the next generation of WiFi security.
Experts confirm that HTTPS everywhere and Always-On SSL for Websites is a positive step forward in personal privacy and online data security.
Google has started giving an SEO rank boost to SSL-enabled Websites that utilize HTTPS everywhere for safer browsing and secure online data.
A recent update to the OpenSSL library (versions 0.9.8zb, 1.0.0n and 1.0.1i) resolves minor issues but does not affect the security of any Website.