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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.
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.
Apple has quietly released Safari 3.2 which adds support for EV SSL certificates
VeriSign has issued a press release reporting that Flagstar Bank has seem impressive results from using an EV SSL Certificate on their website.
Larry Seltzer has written a short article on the risks in using Wildcard certificates that focuses primarily on VeriSign's reasoning. It is important to understand the risks you are taking but in most situations they are minimal and allow you to save hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars. And every dollar counts these days.
VeriSign's Tim Callan has posted short article on how trade names are included in an EV SSL Certificate.