The new vulnerabilities found in OpenSSL do not affect SSL Certificates, but system administrators should update OpenSSL once patches are available.
DigiCert’s log is the first log from a Certificate Authority to be accepted and will be included in Chrome starting on February 1.
Users don’t give their data to sites that they don’t trust. Website seals let your customers know that your site is secure and that their information is safe.
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.
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.
The holidays are coming, and many people are doing their shopping online. But how do you know if a site is secure?
Here is our latest news roundup of articles about network and SSL security. The New York Times Is Embracing HTTPS In a blog post this week, Rajiv Pant (CTO of the NY Times) co-authored a blog post about the benefits and challenges of HTTPS. Pant’s HTTPS benefits include better security, privacy, and improved SEO rankings. […]
A decade ago, shopping was an easy and relatively worry-free activity: select the items you want, put them in your cart, check out. Today’s Internet shoppers are still using carts, but now they need to worry about whether the store is trustworthy, and if it is safe to pay for the items they selected without […]
Here is our latest news roundup of informative articles about network and SSL security. Hackers Are Using Gmail Drafts to Update Their Malware and Steal Data A communication technique long used by everyone from adulterers to terrorists has now been co-opted by hackers. This article by Andy Greenberg of Wired reports on the technique, wherein […]