Eric Randle posted about how to force SSL on an IIS website while still allowing normal access to redirect to the secured version.
VeriSign has released two demos promoting Extended Validation (EV) Certificates. One is aimed at site administrators and one is aimed at online consumers.
TechRepublic is hosting a live webcast with VeriSign's Product Marketing Manager of SSL, Ryan White to discuss the benefits of using an EV SSL certificate.
A new phishing attack uses two Vs to replace a W (e.g. VVindowsupdate). The latest attack is on Western Union.
Michael Farnum posed the question on ComputerWorld: Are extended validation certs worth the extra money?
Web Hosting Industry Review wrote about Network Solution's new Whitepaper on SSL security.
Johnathan Nightingale, a Firefox user interface designer, comments on some surprising SSL statistics and how they relate to a web browsers interface.
A press release about the first deployment of an EV certificate in India.
Wildcard SSL Certificates allow you to secure an unlimited number of sub-domains on a domain name. This is very advantageous in many setups but there can be some pitfalls.
Larry Seltzer posts about how the VeriSign's EV Green Bar Extension for Firefox only works for certificates issued by VeriSign (or it's subsidiaries like GeoTrust)