GlobalSign Announces Support for Transparent SSL Certificate Lifecycle Management at Microsoft TechEd 2009
Following a collaboration with the Microsoft public key infrastructure (PKI) team responsible for digital certificate services in the upcoming Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 products, GlobalSign was able to demonstrate a fully operational WS-Trust (Web Services Trust) implementation at yesterday’s Microsoft TechEd North America 2009 conference in Los Angeles.
New Certificate Discovery Module for VeriSign's Managed PKI for SSL Services Enables Real-Time Tracking of All SSL Certificates in Complex Business Environments
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SSL certificate compatibility is an important factor to consider when you are deciding on an SSL certificate provider. SSL compatibility is determined by the number of browsers that automatically include the root certificate that your certificate links up to. Find out how compatible your SSL certificate is.
Two security researchers Mike Zusman, and Alexander Sotirov have discussed possible attacks involving EV SSL Certificates at the tenth annual CanSecWest conference. Details are sparse but more will be released soon.
Are you looking for free SSL Certificates? Most sites should buy a trusted certificate from a well-known Certificate Authority to capitalize on browser compatibility and the high assurance of commercial providers. Still, there are many places where free SSL Certificates will work just fine.
Leading Enterprise Certificate Management Service allows control and immediate issuance of Extended Validation (EV) SSL
VeriSign, Inc. (NASDAQ: VRSN), the trusted provider of Internet infrastructure services for the networked world, today announced significant milestones achieved by Extended Validation (EV) SSL on the second anniversary of EV's launch.
SSL Host Headers in IIS 7 allow you to use one SSL certificate for multiple IIS websites on the same IP address. Through the IIS Manager interface, IIS only allows you to bind one site on each IP address to port 443 using an SSL certificate.
Moxie Marlinspike presented on a "new" way of attacking SSL at the Black Hat security conference on Wednesday. His tool, called SSLstrip, exploits the interface between http and https sessions using techniques that have existed for years. How does it work and what is the solution?