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  • SSL Review: March 2017

    Entrust Datacard’s monthly SSL review covers SSL/TLS discussions — recaps news, trends and opinions from the industry. Entrust Identity ON: SHAttered – First SHA-1 Collision New Mandatory CAA Checking on the Horizon Maximum Certificate Lifetime Drops to 825-days in 2018 CA Security Council: The Latest on Certification Authority Authorization HTTPS interception … Paper: The Security Impact of HTTPS Interception US-Cert

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  • Bye Bye SHA-1

    Entrust Datacard Stops Issuing SHA-1 Certificates   Entrust Datacard made the decision to stop issuing any type of public trust certificates using the SHA-1 hashing algorithm to mitigate the potential for SHA-1 collision attacks and help protect our certificate subscribes’ data. Recent developments including the SHA-1 deprecation and Google’s recently published SHAttered vulnerability show that there’s an increased risk with

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  • Maximum Certificate Lifetime Drops to 825-days in 2018

    The CA/Browser Forum has taken a progressive step by reducing SSL/TLS certificate lifetimes from 39 months (~1185 days) to 27 months (stated as 825 days for computational ease). The move to an 825-day maximum certificate validity period for all types of certificates (DV, OV, and EV) will be effective for all new certificates purchased on or after of March 1,

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  • New Mandatory CAA Checking on the Horizon

    Certification Authority Authorization (CAA) allows a domain owner to specify in their DNS or DNSSec which Certification Authority (CA) is authorized to issue certificates to their domain. The new CAA policy has now been defined by the CA/Browser forum and is scheduled to take effect September 8, 2017. CAA technical requirements are covered by standard RFC 6844. There are about

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  • Maximum Certificate Lifetime Drops to 825-days in 2018

    The CA/Browser Forum has taken a progressive step by reducing SSL/TLS certificate lifetimes from 39 months (~1185 days) to 27 months (stated as 825 days for computational ease). The move to an 825-day maximum certificate validity period for all types of certificates (DV, OV, and EV) will be effective for all new certificates purchased on or after of March 1,

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  • New Mandatory CAA Checking on the Horizon

    Certification Authority Authorization (CAA) allows a domain owner to specify in their DNS or DNSSec which Certification Authority (CA) is authorized to issue certificates to their domain. The new CAA policy has now been defined by the CA/Browser forum and is scheduled to take effect September 8, 2017. CAA technical requirements are covered by standard RFC 6844. There are about

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