Browsers might deprecate trust for SHA-1 Certificates sooner than initially announced. Switch to SHA-2 now.
Mozilla released Firefox 42 with an initiative to improve the privacy and security experience for the average user.
.Onion now classified as a special-use, top-level domain by Internet Engineering Steering Group (IESG).
The major deficiencies in the HTTP protocol led Google and Mozilla to announce their plans to deprecate HTTP in Chrome and Firefox.
A SHA-1 intermediate certificate in your SSL Certificate chain can cause trust errors to users who visit your website. The certificate is unnecessary and can be safely deleted.
A SHA-1 intermediate certificate can cause trust errors to users who have local copies of the certificate. The certificate is unnecessary and can be safely deleted.
The OCSP is the fastest protocol for checking SSL Certificate status. Slow response times or poor uptime can dramatically affect website speed and security.
DigiCert issued certificates to .onion addresses knowing they might need to be revoked. Learn what needs to come next to get .onion recognized.
Private Internet is one way users can protect their data and avoid the flood of marketing campaigns enabled by tracking cookies. This beginner’s guide helps you know where to start and who to trust.