Google announced its plans to punish Symantec by gradually distrusting its SSL certificates after the company was caught improperly issuing 30,000 Extended Validation (EV) certificates over the past few years.
The Extended Validation (EV) status of all certificates issued by Symantec-owned certificate authorities will no longer be recognized by the Chrome browser for at least a year until
The way Firefox caches intermediate CA certificates could allow for the fingerprinting of users and the leakage of browsing details, a researcher warns.
Developers at Uber have unveiled a new module to help users enable the continuous re-authentication of SSH keys.
In an effort to expand its certificate authority capabilities and build the “foundation of a more secure web,” Google has finally launched its root certificate authority.
In past few years, we have seen Google taking many steps to show its strong support for sites using HTTPS, like:
Giving more preference to HTTPS websites in its search rankings than others.
Warning users that all HTTP
Google released its final SHA-1 deprecation deadlines, and crypto services provider Venafi said that 35 percent of the web is still running weak SHA-1 certificates.
Mozilla has proposed banning new SHA-1 certificates from Chinese Certificate Authority WoSign for one year after it accused the CA of back-dating the deprecated certs.
Do you know there is a huge encryption backdoor still exists on the Internet that most people don’t know about?
I am talking about the traditional Digital Certificate Management System… the weakest link, which is completely based on trust, and it has already been broken several times.
To ensure the confidentiality and integrity of their personal data, billions of Internet users blindly
Earlier this year, Facebook came across a bunch of duplicate SSL certificates for some of its own domains and revoked them immediately with the help of its own Certificate Transparency Monitoring Tool service.
Digital certificates are the backbone of our secure Internet, which protects sensitive information and communication, as well as authenticate systems and Internet users.
Amazon’s new Certificate Manager is providing SSL certificates for free to AWS customers but experts warn it’s only a matter of time before they’re exploited.
Certificate authority Comodo admits it incorrectly issued eight certificates that include forbidden internal server names or reserved IP addresses.