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CAA for S/MIME Email Certificates November 2023 by Bruce Morton

Use of Certification Authority Authorization (CAA) was mandated for TLS certificates in September 2017. The primary purpose of CAA is to allow the domain owner to authorize specific CA(s) to issue TLS certificates for their domains. It also prevents other…

Entrust a Challenger in 2023 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Access Management November 2023 by Bhagwat Swaroop

We feel for any company in information technology, being recognized in the Gartner Magic Quadrant is a significant achievement. These reports are the culmination of rigorous, fact-based research in specific markets, providing a wide-angle view of the relative positions of…

Deploying Digital Certificate Linting November 2023 by Bruce Morton

In a previous blog we introduced Digital Certificate Linting. It is interesting how certification authorities (CAs) have deployed certificate linting of public trust certificates without policy requirements from the browsers or the CA/Browser Forum. Linting does not need to be…

SSL Review: October 2023 November 2023 by Bruce Morton

The Entrust monthly digital certificates review covers a range of topics including — news, trends, and opinions. Bulletproof TLS Newsletter #106 Encrypted Client Hello and the Last Network Privacy Gap TLS News & Notes Chrome blog discussing Unlocking the power…


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