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  • Certificate Transparency Deployment in 2017

    Google announced the requirement for Certificate Transparency for all new SSL/TLS certificates in October 2017. This requirement means that Chrome will no longer trust new SSL/TLS certificates that are not qualified for Certificate Transparency (CT). CT is a method to publish all certificates in one or more publicly available CT logs, which meet the qualification requirements established by Google. CT

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  • SSL Review: October 2016

    Entrust Datacard’s monthly SSL review covers SSL/TLS discussions — recaps news, trends and opinions from the industry. Entrust Identity ON: PROVE IT: How to Pick the Right Certification Authority Protect Your Domain with CT Search PROVE IT: Three Things Always-On SSL and HTTPS Everywhere Will Change About the Internet Building Your Digital DNA: PKI and Cryptographic Disruptors Is web security

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  • Why is Certificate Expiration Necessary?

    The Long Life Certificate – Why It Doesn’t Exist Why is certificate expiration even necessary? Wouldn’t it be better if I could just buy a certificate with a long life before expiration? It would really simplify certificate management if it could be installed and forgotten. Simple, no management required, just file-and-forget. Imagine, I’ve been in business, starting say 10 to

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  • Protect Your Domain with CT Search

    How would you know if there have been any unauthorized SSL certificates issued for your domain? How can you protect your domain name and the people who use your web site from this happening? The CT Search tool makes it quite simple. Just type in your domain name and decide whether to select expired certificates and subdomains. Instantly all certificates

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  • Why is Certificate Expiration Necessary?

    The Long Life Certificate – Why It Doesn’t Exist Why is certificate expiration even necessary? Wouldn’t it be better if I could just buy a certificate with a long life before expiration? It would really simplify certificate management if it could be installed and forgotten. Simple, no management required, just file-and-forget. Imagine, I’ve been in business, starting say 10 to

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  • Protect Your Domain with CT Search

    How would you know if there have been any unauthorized SSL certificates issued for your domain? How can you protect your domain name and the people who use your web site from this happening? The CT Search tool makes it quite simple. Just type in your domain name and decide whether to select expired certificates and subdomains. Instantly all certificates

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