On the heels of an announcement last summer that websites using HTTPS will receive a SEO boost, Google is taking more steps to encourage a more encrypted web. Google created a version of Chrome with a feature designed to warn users when they visit unencrypted web pages. For now, this feature is only available on […]
HTTP/2 is a new protocol expected to improve Internet connectivity speeds and the standard of Internet security.
The FREAK attack does not affect SSL Certificates, but admins should disable export-grade ciphers on all servers. Users should install patches for their browsers as they become available.
Even with the astronomical computing power needed to crack 256-bit SSL encryption, the cost to break SSL encryption makes it impossible.
Consumers and business owners can rest assured, SSL is a proven technology that has secured millions of websites over the years and remains the single more important factor to data security online today.
The SSL and TLS protocols are almost identical: Both encrypt data, but additional improvements in newer protocols mean better online security.