• SSL Review: March 2014

    Part 2 of 7 in the Series — SSL Review
    Here is a monthly SSL review of discussions about SSL (and possibly other digital certificates) from the last month. Entrust Identity ON discussed the following: Always-ON SSL Moving to TLS 1.2 Bogus SSL Certificates OCSP Stapling Apple SSL Bug CA Security Council discussed the following: Always-On SSL, Part II Ten Steps to Take If Your Website Is Compromised Pros and

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  • 2014 – Looking Back, Moving Forward

    We take a look back at the news and trends that helped, hindered or drove the certificate industry in 2013. With that context, we peak at what 2014 could have in store for us. Will Always-On SSL and the deprecation of SHA-1 be the headlines that shape the next 12 months?

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  • Moving to TLS 1.2

    In 2014, there will be a trend for website owners to implement TLS 1.2 on their servers. TLS 1.2 was defined in RFC 5246 in August 2008 and is the most secure version of SSL/TLS protocol. Although TLS 1.2 has been available for a few years, it is not well deployed. SSL Pulse indicates that only 26 percent of the

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  • Always-On SSL

    Always-On SSL is an approach to securing your website to mitigate attacks against your users. When I think of Always-On SSL, I think of three concepts: SSL across your entire site, SSL deployed to the best practices, and SSL with leading technology. SSL across Your Entire Site The approach to Always-On SSL is to avoid hijacking of the sessions with

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  • Moving to TLS 1.2

    In 2014, there will be a trend for website owners to implement TLS 1.2 on their servers. TLS 1.2 was defined in RFC 5246 in August 2008 and is the most secure version of SSL/TLS protocol. Although TLS 1.2 has been available for a few years, it is not well deployed. SSL Pulse indicates that only 26 percent of the

        in SSL, SSL Deployment
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  • Always-On SSL

    Always-On SSL is an approach to securing your website to mitigate attacks against your users. When I think of Always-On SSL, I think of three concepts: SSL across your entire site, SSL deployed to the best practices, and SSL with leading technology. SSL across Your Entire Site The approach to Always-On SSL is to avoid hijacking of the sessions with

        in EV SSL, SSL, SSL Deployment
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