87% of users said they immediately trust their private information on a website secured by an EV SSL Certificate.
Mixed content compromises a website’s security.
APWG identified 27,253 domain names they believe were registered maliciously, by phishers—an all-time high for malicious domains.
Privacy doesn’t matter if your data isn’t secure.
Effective certificate management is crucial for an organization’s security, and protecting consumer information.
All publicly trusted SSL Certificates issued to internal names and reserved IP addresses will expire before November 1, 2015.
It’s critical to limit access to a certificate private key. Privacy is a major part of what makes it secure.
Certificate Transparency provides a way for every certificate issued by any publicly trusted CA to be publicly logged, monitored, and audited.
Here is our latest news roundup of articles about network and SSL security. Click here to see the whole series. SSL & Encryption News Security researchers discovered an encryption flaw similar to the FREAK vulnerability. The flaw, dubbed Logjam, allows attackers to downgrade the 512-bit cryptography making a man-in-the-middle attack possible. Mozilla announced that upcoming versions […]