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)
Have you ever had to move an SSL certificate from a Java keystore to use with on Apache with OpenSSL? It's not an easy task. But Dr. Herong Yang shows us how it is done.
If you're looking for a way to secure your email with SSL to keep people from sniffing your sensitive information, George Ou, shows you how simple it is to do. As he states it, "Email security has been around forever, you just need to turn it on"
Johnathan Nightingale, Firefox security interface designer, has released a lot of information about the user interface for the next version of Firefox. Particularly important is how it handles EV and normal SSL certificates.meandering wildly
Michael Gorsuch posts about how to quickly set up your Ruby on Rails application to use SSL.
Vivek on nixCraft explains how to create and install an SSL certificate for use with a postfix mail server. He also covers how to configure postfix to use the SSL Certificate.
Ever wonder what the roots of the biggest SSL Provider are? Wonder no more, as Wallstrip gives you the tour.
Justin Fielding at Tech Republic reviews how to secure Outlook Web Access using an SSL certificate from a free certificate authority.
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) are a cost effective method of allowing employees and others telecommute or access company network resources away from the network. Securing a VPN with SSL allows all the data to remain private and secure.
George Ou offers a simple tutorial on how to create an SSL certificate on a Windows machine using the command line. A great introduction to getting a certificate if you have never gotten one before.