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Major Browsers Coordinated on Deprecating TLS 1.0 and 1.1

November 2018 by Bruce Morton

In an unprecedented move for the SSL/TLS ecosystem, the four major browsers have uniformly announced that they will deprecate TLS…

Domain Validation – Where are We Now?

August 2018 by Bruce Morton

Public trust SSL/TLS certificates assert an association between a domain name and a public key. The domain name may be…

Entrust Datacard Supports the London Protocol

June 2018 by Chris Bailey

The Certificate Authority Security Council (CASC) announced at the CA/Browser Forum event in London the launch of the London Protocol –…

The tipping point for HTTPS is closing in. Marketers, are you ready?

May 2018 by Diana Gruhn

As Google’s plan to move the entire web to HTTPS by default draws near, your website needs to be fully…

Chrome Will Show Not Secure for all HTTP Sites Starting July 2018

March 2018 by Bruce Morton

Through 2017 and into 2018, we have seen the use of HTTPS grow substantially. Last Fall Google announced the following…

Grade Changes to the SSL Server Test – Coming March 2018

February 2018 by Bruce Morton

Entrust Datacard supports SSL Server Testing as part of our best practices approach to certificate management. This free, web-based service tests server…

Chrome Requires CT after April 2018

February 2018 by Bruce Morton

The Internet ecosystem has been working towards Chrome’s requirement for certificate transparency (CT) for all SSL/TLS certificates in April 2018….

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