+1-888-690-2424
  • HSTS RFC Finalized

    HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) has been finalized and published as RFC 6797. The purpose of HSTS is to allow a website to declare to complying users’ agents that they should interact with it using a secure connection such as HTTPS. In order to implement HSTS, a website must have a statement in its header, such as: Header always set Strict-Transport-Security

        in Secure Browsing, SSL, SSL Deployment
    0
  • HSTS Update

    HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) will soon be finalized and available in an IETF standard. The request for comment (RFC) is at version 11 and the IESG has put out a last call for comments. HSTS is a security policy mechanism where a Web server tells a supporting browser that it can only connect to it over secure connections (i.e.,

        in Secure Browsing, SSL, SSL Deployment
    0
  • SSL/TLS Deployment Best Practices

    SSL Labs has created an SSL/TLS Deployment Best Practices guide. The guide contains valuable information on how to deploy SSL in your environment. The data from SSL Pulse shows us there are plenty of SSL implementations that could be executed more securely. These problems are not from the CA, the certificate, the browser or the server. These problems are from

        in SSL Deployment
    0