Google Releases Web Application Security Tool ratproxy
Google has released a web application security tool to find potential vulnerabilities in your web applications.
SSL Added to Pirate Bay
In order to combat new Swedish wiretaps, Pirate is adding SSL to the site.
When are self-signed certificates acceptable?
This question was posted on Slashdot and it solicited many different responses. A lot of people are confused about the purpose of SSL certificates.
Low-tech SSL certificate maintenance
Edd Dumbill posted a short article on how to do some SSL certificate maintenance when you are using your own certificate authority.
Firefox 3 Released with EV Support
The new version of Firefox, Firefox 3, was released today. High on its list of important new features is its support for EV SSL certificates and other security features.
Detect Bad Debian OpenSSL Certificates Using Firefox
Márton Anka has created a Firefox extension that can recognize when a web site you are using has an SSL Certificate created using a flawed version of Debian's OpenSSL.
Lessons Learned from Debian's OpenSSL Flaw
Russ Cox has posted about the recent flaw that was found in Debian's version of OpenSSL and what programmers can learn from it.
XSS vulnerability found on PayPal
An XSS vulnerability has been discovered on a PayPal page that could enable attackers to make a fake page that steals users' personal information. EV Certificates are speculated to make the problem worse.
Woops! Debian's OpenSSL Security Flaw
Debian Linux has been revealed to have a major security flaw. The distribution changed its OpenSSL code and inadvertently made private keys easily crackable.
VeriSign Has Now Issued Over One Million SSL Certificates
VeriSign issued a press release stating that they have surpassed the one million mark for SSL Certificates.