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Heartbleed and the Problem of NotBefore Date

It is standard practice among Certificate Authorities, when re-keying an SSL certificate, to keep everything in the cert the same except for information related to the actual keys that have been changed. That includes the validity dates, which...

What is Heartbleed? And What You Can Do About It

On April 7, 2014, a bug in the OpenSSL software library was announced by the OpenSSL organization. This bug, called Heartbleed, impacts versions 1.0.1 through 1.0.1f of OpenSSL. Heartbleed is not an SSL bug or flaw with the SSL/TLS protocol —...

Automating Certificate Management: How SSL APIs Work

An application programming interface (API) is a software-to-software interface which allows applications to communicate with one another without human intervention. The DigiCert SSL management REST APIs provide a secure and easy to integrate way...

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