Julian Goldsmith writes about a study conducted by NetBenefit reveals that consumers still lack awareness of basic online security.
With the threat of new cross-site scripting vulnerabilities, some are wondering whether EV SSL certificates do more damage than good.
Who is the "Cart Whisperer"? What is a "Cart Whisperer"? Let's just say, shopping carts have a new friend who is here to make sure they aren't abandoned.
Firefox 3 Beta 3 was recently released. Among many other features, it introduces support for EV Certificates.
Computer Weekly analyzes Web 2.0 security and how EV certificates deter phishing.
Tim Callan recount the parallels between the type of phishing that occurred before the internet (social engineering over the phone, etc...) and today's current phishing.
Now that EV SSL Certificates are over a year old, many certificate authorities are releasing press releases, anxious to increase EV Certificate Sales.
Extended Validation SSL certificates are now a year old. They are experiencing constant growth and now make up 0.5% of valid commercial SSL certificates.
A very convincing phishing attack used a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability on an Italian Bank's own website to attempt to steal customers' bank account details.
A abnormality in the way that Gmail handles logins means that, even when using SSL, your account could be vulnerable.