PCI Compliance, the credit card industry's standard for helping vendors avoid threats, is playing a big role is making credit card processing systems more secure. But does it really work?
The Certification Authority/Browser Forum (CAB Forum), the author of the guidelines for issuing Extended Validation (EV) SSL certificates, is pleased to announce that approximately 5,000 EV SSL certificates have been deployed by businesses and organizations worldwide(1) since the introduction of the guidelines last June.
VeriSign posted a press release stating that over 100 Credit Unions now use their EV SSL Certificates.
Apple released Safari 3.1 on Tuesday. Along with new features are 13 security updates for the Safari browser, but without a trace of support for EV SSL Certificates.
DigiCert's new OpenSSL CSR Wizard allows you to quickly create a command to create a CSR in OpenSSL.
Our SSL Certificate Authority Review Contest is announced. Post an SSL Certificate Authority Review for any Certificate Authority and enter to win a $50 Amazon.com Gift Certificate.
Larry Seltzer writes about the development of EV certificates and how they relate to EV Certificates.
Barton from phy5ics.com posted about his experience trying to load data via SSL into Flash using Internet Explorer.
The London Free Press wrote a short article about how much we should really trust "green address bars" and SSL certificates.
Apparently no one is perfect when it comes to renewing SSL Certificates. Google forgot to renew an SSL Certificate resulting in an error displayed on users' computers for a large part of the day.