There are currently three versions of the TLS protocol in use today: TLS 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2. TLS 1.0 was released in 1999, making it a nearly two-decade-old protocol. It has been known to be vulnerable to attacks—such as BEAST and POODLE—for years, in addition to supporting weak cryptography, which doesn’t keep modern-day connections sufficiently […]
In about a month, a large number of existing Symantec SSL certificates will be distrusted by Google Chrome as part of their removal of Symantec root certificates. Starting in Chrome 66 beta and followed up in April when Chrome 66 stable is released, certificates issued by Symantec, GeoTrust, Thawte, and RapidSSL prior to June 1, […]
If you’re getting a pop-up warning about *.btrll.com that says, “[the] identity of this website cannot be verified” or “[the] name on the security certificate is invalid,” this post is here to help. Btrll.com is operated by Bright Roll, a company owned by Yahoo, that distributes online ads. This warning/error appears because of a misconfiguration […]
The policy change goes into effect October 2017. Learn what this means for DigiCert customers.
PKI helps to debunk the myth that security measures like TLS would have no use on small IoT devices.
Using the right SSL Certificate based specific need is critical for secure communications.
SSL is the most used security protocol in the world.
Previously unknown vulnerability discovered in SSL v2 that can be used to exploit TLS.
“This is not a long-term solution as connections are only as secure as the weaker of the two configurations.”