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  • Chain Certificates

    What are chain certificates? Chain certificates are referred to by many names — CA certificates, subordinate CA certificates or intermediate certificates.  Confused yet? Let’s break it down. It all starts with something called a root certificate. The root certificate is generated by a certification authority (CA) and is embedded into software applications. You will find root certificates in Microsoft Windows,

        in SSL Deployment, Technical
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  • Law Enforcement Authentication – Keep Safe Out There

    Entrust met on August 24th with a number of representatives of Southern California police forces to discuss strong authentication for law enforcement. While most policing agencies already have some form of access control in place, a number of factors are causing these systems to be reexamined. Budget Squeeze It’s no secret that the slow economy is affecting agencies at all

        in Identity Assurance, Law Enforcement
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  • Powerful Servers Need Powerful Certificates

    With our Entrust Certificate Services release yesterday, we made significant improvements in the way we offer multi-domain (or multi-SAN) certificates. Why is this significant to our customers? Back in 2007, with Microsoft adding new features such as AutoDiscovery to Exchange Server, the number of services each server needed to protect with SSL encryption started increasing. As a result, Exchange Server

        in Technical
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  • Black Hat and DEF CON Follow-up

    Here is a follow-up to my earlier post SSL Security Silly Season.  Black Hat USA 2010 and DEF CON 18 conferences held at the end of July had three presentations that addressed SSL issues. Here is a quick summary and where you can get more information. Internet SSL Survey 2010 by Ivan Ristic In this study, Qualys SSL Labs searched

        in General, Technical
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  • Powerful Servers Need Powerful Certificates

    With our Entrust Certificate Services release yesterday, we made significant improvements in the way we offer multi-domain (or multi-SAN) certificates. Why is this significant to our customers? Back in 2007, with Microsoft adding new features such as AutoDiscovery to Exchange Server, the number of services each server needed to protect with SSL encryption started increasing. As a result, Exchange Server

        in Technical
    0
  • Black Hat and DEF CON Follow-up

    Here is a follow-up to my earlier post SSL Security Silly Season.  Black Hat USA 2010 and DEF CON 18 conferences held at the end of July had three presentations that addressed SSL issues. Here is a quick summary and where you can get more information. Internet SSL Survey 2010 by Ivan Ristic In this study, Qualys SSL Labs searched

        in General, Technical
    0
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