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  • If You Don’t Like Your CA’s Practices, Find One More Sympatico

    The following Mozilla bug came my way via the Cryptography mailing list. The gist of it is that a Norton (né VeriSign) customer asked for a certificate with two-year certificate, and got one with six-year validity. I don’t precisely understand why the customer is complaining to Mozilla, but they didn’t get satisfaction with Norton, who wouldn’t do what they want.

        in Certificate Management, EV SSL, Secure Browsing, SSL, SSL Deployment
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  • Security Focus: It’s What’s Behind the Seal That Matters

    In my last post, I briefly discussed a survey Entrust commissioned to understand the effect trust seals have on online transaction behavior. Coincidentally, I discovered an article in IEEE Security & Privacy magazine about a similar survey the magazine conducted. Security-related items were one of eight different factors the survey identified that affected the participants’ buying choices. Trust logos and

        in Certificate Management, Document Signing, Secure Browsing, SSL
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  • Disappointment Over Speeding up SSL

    A year and a half ago, Google started an experiment to speed up SSL by 30% by using an improvement called False Start. Our own Bruce Morton wrote about it not once but twice, and most of the world has been hopeful about the experiment. What’s not to like about a 30% speed improvement? Sadly, Adam Langley has said that

        in EV SSL, Secure Browsing, SSL
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  • APWG Counter eCrime Operations Summit

    The APWG started as the Anti-Phishing Working Group in 2003. In the past nine years, it has grown and expanded to be an association of technical organizations, financial organizations, treaty organizations, and others to fight eCrime and identity theft. It provides coordination and assistance for just about anyone who needs it. I have worked with them from the start back

        in Fraud
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  • Disappointment Over Speeding up SSL

    A year and a half ago, Google started an experiment to speed up SSL by 30% by using an improvement called False Start. Our own Bruce Morton wrote about it not once but twice, and most of the world has been hopeful about the experiment. What’s not to like about a 30% speed improvement? Sadly, Adam Langley has said that

        in EV SSL, Secure Browsing, SSL
    0
  • APWG Counter eCrime Operations Summit

    The APWG started as the Anti-Phishing Working Group in 2003. In the past nine years, it has grown and expanded to be an association of technical organizations, financial organizations, treaty organizations, and others to fight eCrime and identity theft. It provides coordination and assistance for just about anyone who needs it. I have worked with them from the start back

        in Fraud
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