The newly discovered vulnerability in using MD5 signatures for SSL certificates has many people wondering about the security of their web sites and the security of other sites they visit on the Internet. You can check the security of the SSL Certificate installed on your website using this tool.
New research published today demonstrates how someone could use a weakness in the MD5 signatures allow people to make fake SSL certificates that look like they were signed by a real certificate authority. How big of a problem is it?
How does VeriSign compare to other SSL providers? A Youtube commercial explains in comedic fashion.
Unethical business practices of an SSL Certificate reseller have been exposed and it is causing many to wonder about the security and practices of SSL providers.
Economic recession got you down? Are you looking to save money on SSL Certificates so you have enough money for the power bill? SSL Certificates are expensive little buggers for just being a few Kilobytes of data. We’ve got some great ideas for you to save money on SSL Certificates.
Benjamin Low on ZDNet Asia wrote about some of the problems corporations face when dealing with SSL encrypted traffic on their network. Though he raises some interesting questions, some of his arguments are flawed.
Eileen AJ Connelly from The Associated Press has written a good article about keeping your identity safe online and offline during this holiday season.
Unchained SSL certificates are issued directly off a trusted root certificate. VeriSign's cut-off date for unchained SSL certificates is less than two weeks away. Are you prepared?
The proper use of SSL certificates is only a small part of the PCI requirements but it is an important one.
The AOTA has released a press release about the success of EV SSL certificates.