Here is our latest news roundup of articles about network and SSL security. (Click here to see the whole series.) SSL & Encryption News Because of recent attacks on SHA-1, Mozilla explained in a recent blog post they are considering deprecating SHA-1 earlier than scheduled by six months. The cost of resources necessary to break SHA-1 […]
The focus of week three of National Cyber Security Awareness Month is cybersecurity trends and how they might affect your business.
Here is our latest news roundup of articles about network and SSL security. (Click here to see the whole series.) SSL & Encryption News Entrust created a helpful infographic that shows what changes are planned for the industry and when those changes will occur. Data Breaches Earlier this year the IRS announced that their systems […]
Security experts raise questions about how export controls from the Wassenaar Arrangement could affect how security research is conducted in the future.
The new vulnerability in OpenSSL does not affect SSL Certificates, but system administrators should update OpenSSL as soon as patches are available.
A recent study conducted by Veracode reveals that government organization software applications are the most vulnerable and the least remedied of all industries.
New OpenSSL security vulnerabilities do not affect SSL Certificates.
The Logjam attack does not affect SSL Certificates, but admins should disable support for DHE_EXPORT ciphers and generate a unique 2048-bit Diffie-Hellman group. Users should update their browsers to the most recent version and then watch for updates.
Chrome has made changes to the Connection Tab in Chrome 44. For the updated blog post, click here. The yellow triangle or red ‘X’ icons in Google Chrome’s “Connection” Tab are alarming and can be difficult to understand. Below are four brief explanations about what causes the warnings and some tips for resolving related problems. Public Audit […]