Betanews just published a story about a security researcher who claims that it is "trivially easy" to get an SSL certificate for a domain you don't own, thereby claiming that certificate authorities are useless. Is this true?
Two researchers, Christopher Soghoian and Sid Stamm, recently released a paper explaining the possibility of a government interception attack against. While insightful in some ways, it is mostly sensationalist hype that shouldn't cause any alarm.
Watch the HSBC video and see how HSBC increases security and consumer confidence with VeriSign Extended Validation (EV) SSL Certificates. With more than 80 million customers worldwide accessing 2,000 HSBC Web sites and a rapidly growing demand on internet banking services, there is a constant focus on accessibility, usability and deliverability. That's why HSBC chose VeriSign as its EV SSL security provider.
You’ve probably heard of 128-bit encryption, or seen the green address bar of an EV SSL certificate, and now you’re wondering “Do I need an SSL certificate on my site?”
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Today, Ivan Ristic gave an interesting presentation at OWASP London entitled "How to Render SSL Useless" including the Top 11 SSL deployment mistakes that render SSL useless.
Entrust writes a press release about 12 ways to stay safe when shopping online this holiday season.
Industry Leaders Including Comodo, DigiCert, Entrust and VeriSign Join Forces to Create Open Standard Based on MashSSL Technology Developed by Application Authentication Pioneer SafeMashups
iManageCerts provides organizations with monitoring and maintaining of SSL Certificates and preventing expiration outages.
Details of a new vulnerability involving SSL and TLS has been discovered. The vulnerability involves a flaw in renegotiation and allows man-in-the-middle attackers to surreptitiously introduce text at the beginning of an SSL session.