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  • SSL Server Compliance Timeline

    Over the last few years the SSL/TLS industry has moved from MD5 to SHA-1 hashing algorithm and has moved from 1024-bit to 2048-bit RSA key lengths. The industry has adopted the CA/Browser Forum Baseline Requirements. We have also created best practices to mitigate vulnerabilities such as BEAST, CRIME, Heartbleed and POODLE. But what is next? What do we know about?

        in Digital Certificates, SSL
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  • The Value of EV Certificates

    I had the opportunity to review a verification issue last week, and it had me thinking of the value of EV certificates. First for every SSL/TLS certificate request, our verification teams goes through a validation process to authenticate the identity, ownership or control of the domain name, and authorization to issue the certificate. This process is increased substantially for Extended

        in General, SSL
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  • SSL Review: July 2015

    Entrust’s monthly SSL review covers SSL/TLS discussions — recaps news, trends and opinions from the industry. Entrust and CA Security Council Entrust Identity ON discussed: High Severity Vulnerability Found In OpenSSL Hot Topics & Opinions OpenSSL Certificate Verification Flaw … OpenSSL advises of high-severity flaw OpenSSL Security Advisory – Alternative Chains Certificate Forgery (CVE-2015-1793) OpenSSL CVE-2015-1793: Man-in-the-Middle Attack The OpenSSL

        in SSL
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  • High Severity Vulnerability Found In OpenSSL

    OpenSSL has announced a high severity vulnerability, CVE-2015-1793 which will require an upgrade to some OpenSSL installations. The vulnerability was discovered by Google personnel Adam Langley and David Benjamin on June 24, 2015. Google has been working on an alternative to OpenSSL called BoringSSL. This has allowed Google to reduce vulnerabilities in their installations, but is also a benefit to

        in Alerts, SSL
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  • SSL Review: July 2015

    Entrust’s monthly SSL review covers SSL/TLS discussions — recaps news, trends and opinions from the industry. Entrust and CA Security Council Entrust Identity ON discussed: High Severity Vulnerability Found In OpenSSL Hot Topics & Opinions OpenSSL Certificate Verification Flaw … OpenSSL advises of high-severity flaw OpenSSL Security Advisory – Alternative Chains Certificate Forgery (CVE-2015-1793) OpenSSL CVE-2015-1793: Man-in-the-Middle Attack The OpenSSL

        in SSL
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  • High Severity Vulnerability Found In OpenSSL

    OpenSSL has announced a high severity vulnerability, CVE-2015-1793 which will require an upgrade to some OpenSSL installations. The vulnerability was discovered by Google personnel Adam Langley and David Benjamin on June 24, 2015. Google has been working on an alternative to OpenSSL called BoringSSL. This has allowed Google to reduce vulnerabilities in their installations, but is also a benefit to

        in Alerts, SSL
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