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Check out this Infographic with an SEO checklist to use when moving your site to HTTPS
Ivan Ristic recently released the digital version of his excellent book "Bulletproof SSL and TLS", the definitive guide to understanding and properly deploying SSL. The book will "teach you everything you need to know to protect your systems from eavesdropping and impersonation attacks."
The CA Security Council recently published an infographic promoting the benefits of Extended Validation certificates.
Update on the DigiNotar attack connecting it to the Comodo attack a few months earlier
Though it is often misunderstood, there are good ways and bad ways to secure your website's login form with SSL.
A look at what factors are considered when people buy an SSL Certificate and why customer service should be considered as important as what products are offered.
Most versions of Tomcat have weak ciphers enabled by default. Learn how to disable them so you can pass a PCI Compliance scan.
Most versions of Apache have SSL 2.0, 3.0, and weak ciphers enabled by default. Learn how to disable them so you can pass a PCI Compliance scan.
There are several kinds of trust seals that can cost up to $2000 per year. But do they actually help to increase trust and sales?
Learn how to create a Self Signed Certificate using Java Keytool