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How Mixed Content Compromises Security

When users visit a website secured by an SSL Certificate, they expect their data to stay safe. But what happens if only part of the site is secured? Below is a scenario that illustrates one example of what could happen. Scenario You visit your...

.Onion Officially Recognized as Special-Use Domain

Good news for .onion sites: The .onion domain is now recognized as a special-use, top-level domain by the Internet Engineering Steering Group, thanks to efforts by Facebook and The Tor Project. This means that publicly trusted SSL Certificates can...

Major Browsers Announce RC4 Deprecation in Early 2016

If you haven’t heard already, the Internet Engineering Task Force has determined that stream cipher RC4 should never be used in TLS negotiations. And now Google, Mozilla, and Microsoft have all made announcements to deprecate support for the...

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