An EV SSL certificate (Extended Validation SSL certificate) is an enhanced computer networking protocol for securing connections between network application clients and servers over an insecure network, such as the internet. Continued…
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“EV SSL certificates enhance credibility by showing discerning consumers that a prospective transaction is with a legitimate recipient and that the site is serious about protecting the data of its customers.” – Michael Fowler
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Running a private certificate authority can be a challenge. Here’s how your security team can handle the situation and meet baseline requirements.
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SSL security issues are growing, from vulnerabilities in outdated versions to questionable certificates. Find out how to address these problems.
23,000 Symantec certificates revoked following leak of private keys
DigiCert had more than 20,000 Symantec certificates revoked after reseller partner Trustico exposed the certificates’ private keys.
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If you’re in the market to buy digital certificates, read this guide to learn what features are essential and how to evaluate the available options.
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Untrusted certificates are still in use across major websites, even after Google and Mozilla announced plans to stop trusting them. Here’s a look at some possible security risks of continuing to use these digital certificates.
Ideally, digital certificates are ________ compatible with older browsers and operating systems, a concept known as ubiquity.