• Welcome to the New Identity On

    It's been a long time coming. While Entrust has been blogging about our favorite topics — identity-based security, authentication, SSL, mobile and cloud, cryptography, ePassport and credentialing, PKI, fraud detection and more — for years, our blog never did our security experts justice. Until now.

        in General
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  • SSL Review: April 2014

    Part 1 of 5 in the Series — SSL Review
    Entrust’s monthly SSL review discussions — and likely other digital certificates — recaps news, trends and opinions from the industry. Learn why April was one of the biggest months for SSL news on record.

        in SSL, SSL Deployment
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  • Entrust OpenSSL Disclosure

    With news of the Heartbleed bug, we have been receiving questions as to how this impacts the certification authority (CA) service at Entrust. In summary, Entrust SSL customers do not need to be concerned about the management of their certificates or their certificate management accounts.

        in Alerts, SSL, SSL Deployment
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  • Why the Dual-EC DRBG Mechanism is Suspect

    As we covered in December, special publication 800-90, released by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in 2006, claimed that security vendor RSA and the NSA created a deal to make the dual-EC (elliptic curve) variant the default deterministic random-bit generator algorithm, or DRBG, in its commercial toolkit product. These claims introduce serious questions about the security of

        in Encryption, Public Key Infrastructure
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  • Entrust OpenSSL Disclosure

    With news of the Heartbleed bug, we have been receiving questions as to how this impacts the certification authority (CA) service at Entrust. In summary, Entrust SSL customers do not need to be concerned about the management of their certificates or their certificate management accounts.

        in Alerts, SSL, SSL Deployment
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  • Why the Dual-EC DRBG Mechanism is Suspect

    As we covered in December, special publication 800-90, released by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in 2006, claimed that security vendor RSA and the NSA created a deal to make the dual-EC (elliptic curve) variant the default deterministic random-bit generator algorithm, or DRBG, in its commercial toolkit product. These claims introduce serious questions about the security of

        in Encryption, Public Key Infrastructure
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