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  • Certificate Management: To Client or Not To Client

    I thought about titling this blog, “Are Clients Dead?”, but that’s an absolutist question meant to provoke, and I’m getting exhausted with security absolutism these days. Never mind clients: nuance is certainly not dead. With that in mind, I’d like to take you through some of the questions you might ask yourself as you determine whether to deploy clients to

        in Certificate Management
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  • SSL Review: April 2017

    Entrust Datacard’s monthly SSL review covers SSL/TLS discussions — recaps news, trends and opinions from the industry. Entrust Identity ON: Bye Bye SHA-1 Recent Attack Underscores Need for EV SSL/TLS Certificates Certification Authority Authorization (CAA) … HTTPS Certificate Issuance Becomes More Secure Thanks to New CAA Standard Scott Helme on Certificate Authority Authorization CAA Record Generator by SSL Mate CAA

        in SSL
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  • Certificate Transparency Deadline Moved to April 2018

    Google just announced they will not be enforcing certificate transparency (CT) logging for all new TLS certificates until April 2018. In a previous blog post, we advised that Google provided a new policy, which required new TLS certificates to be published to the CT logs in order for the domain to be trusted by Chrome. The reason for the delay

        in SSL
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  • It’s tough to make predictions…

    Since Peter Shor published his eponymous algorithm for factoring composite numbers in 1994, cryptographic experts have speculated over whether and when the quantum computer needed to execute his algorithm on numbers of the size used in present-day public-key cryptosystems would become a reality.  If and when it happens, the implications for much of the information security business will be profound.

        in Public Key Infrastructure
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  • Certificate Transparency Deadline Moved to April 2018

    Google just announced they will not be enforcing certificate transparency (CT) logging for all new TLS certificates until April 2018. In a previous blog post, we advised that Google provided a new policy, which required new TLS certificates to be published to the CT logs in order for the domain to be trusted by Chrome. The reason for the delay

        in SSL
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  • It’s tough to make predictions…

    Since Peter Shor published his eponymous algorithm for factoring composite numbers in 1994, cryptographic experts have speculated over whether and when the quantum computer needed to execute his algorithm on numbers of the size used in present-day public-key cryptosystems would become a reality.  If and when it happens, the implications for much of the information security business will be profound.

        in Public Key Infrastructure
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