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  • Addressing Mixed Content Vulnerabilities

    I fail to understand why website operators continue to deploy sites with Mixed Content. Are the following trust dialogues presented to their users not sufficient incentive to correct the problem? Nevertheless, a recent study showed that 22 percent of sites use Mixed Content. Internet Explorer (IE) and Firefox present these security dialogues by default. That means if your site has

        in Secure Browsing, SSL, SSL Deployment
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  • Internet SSL Survey 2011

    Qualys SSL Labs has released its Internet SSL Survey Results for 2011, which were presented at Hack In The Box Amsterdam. The study focused on problems that break SSL due to poor website implementation — insecure session cookies, mixed content, incorrect site configuration and distribution of trust to third-party sites. The 2011 survey cross-referenced the Alexa top 1 million websites

        in SSL Deployment
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  • HTTPS Performance Tuning

    Following up my last post, “SSL is not computationally expensive anymore,” I noticed Google is still using a 1024-bit RSA certificate for Gmail. I did some digging and confirmed that the performance hit of using a 2048-bit RSA key is about five times that of 1024-bit key. So this could create a 5-10 percent load on CPU and network overhead

        in SSL Deployment, Technical
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  • SSLPersonas

      SSLPersonas is a Firefox extension that adds a little color to your secure browsing experience. When browsing an SSL protected web-site, the extension provides in-your-face visual feedback regarding the security of the site via a theme in the Firefox chrome at the top and bottom of the browser interface. The themes are as follows: Green indicates that you are

        in EV SSL, Secure Browsing, SSL
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  • HTTPS Performance Tuning

    Following up my last post, “SSL is not computationally expensive anymore,” I noticed Google is still using a 1024-bit RSA certificate for Gmail. I did some digging and confirmed that the performance hit of using a 2048-bit RSA key is about five times that of 1024-bit key. So this could create a 5-10 percent load on CPU and network overhead

        in SSL Deployment, Technical
    0
  • SSLPersonas

      SSLPersonas is a Firefox extension that adds a little color to your secure browsing experience. When browsing an SSL protected web-site, the extension provides in-your-face visual feedback regarding the security of the site via a theme in the Firefox chrome at the top and bottom of the browser interface. The themes are as follows: Green indicates that you are

        in EV SSL, Secure Browsing, SSL
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