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Notice of Withdrawal from the CA Security Council

DigiCert is electing to withdraw from the CA Security Council (CASC) as we believe CASC is moving in a direction that DigiCert does not support. Specifically: We feel that CASC is not sufficiently transparent and does not represent the diversity of the modern Certificate Authority (CA) industry. Improving the ecosystem requires broad participation from all […]

Assessing the London Protocol

The London Protocol was originally proposed as a potential joint effort by CA Security Council members to combat phishing. All large commercial CAs revoke certificates for phishing websites when they are brought to their attention, but they do not proactively monitor their customers sites, and generally do not share information about misuse of certificates with […]

Our Latest Symantec Distrust Guidance

This week, Apple announced they will be distrusting SSL/TLS certificates issued from Symantec’s legacy root certificates, which includes the Thawte, GeoTrust, and RapidSSL brands. We have  given guidance on replacing these certificates for compatibility with Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. This new announcement from Apple imposes later deadlines, and does not require any additional action […]

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