After a serious problem with site seal misuse was reported, The Inquirer reports on how VeriSign is touting the new EV SSL Certificates.
If you have more than one SSL enabled website using the same IP address you may need to configure SSL Host Headers. This tutorial will walk you through the process.
The Merchants Risk Council, whose mission statement is to "to make the internet a preferred place to shop and sell", is recommending that e-commerce sites adopt extended validation certificates in place of their current SSL certificates.
G-Loaded wrote about how certificate authorities get their root certificates embedded in web browsers so that they are automatically trusted.
VeriSign's homepage recently featured a graphic advising visitors to avoid "Weak VeriSign SSL Encryption". What is that supposed to mean?
Several SSL Tools are available for those who need to troubleshoot an SSL problem or those who just what to make the SSL set-up process easier.
The conventional wisdom that banking organisations are more diligent with security was skewered in a presentation at the RSA conference this week.
Larry Seltzer from eWeek.com discusses the state of SSL support in current browsers and how SSL errors can be made more user friendly while maintaining safety.
Tim Anderson details how one site misdirected some users to an insecure website but asked for credit card details.
If you use the unsecure Google Analytics code on one of your secure web pages your web browser will warn that there is some page content that is not secure. Learn the simple fix here.