The major deficiencies in the HTTP protocol led Google and Mozilla to announce their plans to deprecate HTTP in Chrome and Firefox.
New OpenSSL security vulnerabilities do not affect SSL Certificates.
At DigiCert, we take pride in our customer relationships and our customers’ successes. Improving the customer experience is at the heart of every initiative. That’s why we are humbled whenever we receive recognition from outside parties. Just within the past month or so, we’ve added some additional hardware to the trophy case, and we’re in […]
The new vulnerabilities found in OpenSSL do not affect SSL Certificates, but system administrators should update OpenSSL once patches are available.
HTTP/2 is a new protocol expected to improve Internet connectivity speeds and the standard of Internet security.
DigiCert’s log is the first log from a Certificate Authority to be accepted and will be included in Chrome starting on February 1.
DigiCert is the first CA to enable Certificate Transparency by default, which will be required for EV SSL Certificates to show the green bar in Chrome starting in January.
Taking care of our customers is a big part of what we do. Here are some reactions from people who experienced the difference between DigiCert and… everyone else.
Starting in January, 2015 Google Chrome will not show the green address bar for EV SSL Certificates that do not appear in a public CT log.