Apple announced this week that the maximum lifetime of trusted SSL/TLS certificates on its devices and Safari browser will be limited to 398 days (about a year and a month). The change, announced by Apple at the CA/Browser Forum meeting in Bratislava, Slovakia, will » Continue Reading.
Binding a certificate to a website in IIS means that you are activating the installed digital certificate and associating it with a particular website, port, and/or IP Address. Binding in IIS can be performed by following these simple steps. (These instructions assume that you have » Continue Reading.
This how-to will walk you through installing an SSL/TLS certificate in IIS. These procedures were tested on Windows 10 in IIS 10, but will also work in IIS 7.x and 8.x. Note: Before you install a certificate, you will first need to generate a certificate signing » Continue Reading.
This how-to will step you through generating a certificate signing request (CSR) in IIS. These procedures were tested in Windows 10 on IIS 10, but will also work in IIS 7.x and 8.x. This document covers CSR generation in IIS Manager. You can also order » Continue Reading.
These days, it is common to see news stories about insecure Internet of Things (IoT) practices such as private keys embedded in downloadable device firmware and readily available to attackers. Potential IoT and IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) customers are rightly concerned about security, but » Continue Reading.
Happy New Year from SSL.com! Welcome to this edition of SSL.com’s Security Roundup, which showcases a selection of January’s developments in SSL/TLS, digital certificates, and network security. In this edition, we’ll be covering: SHA-1 collision: things get worse Hardware vendor’s private keys could use » Continue Reading.
When you sign a contract or other document in ink, you probably don’t expect that your signature will expire in a year, or that it could be revoked at a moment’s notice. But what happens when a document signing certificate expires or is revoked? » Continue Reading.
What is a document signing certificate? A document signing certificate is a type of X.509 certificate, a digital file that binds the identity of a person or organization to a cryptographic key pair consisting of a public and private key. Typically, an applicant generates » Continue Reading.
Some certificates issued by SSL.com chain to Sectigo’s USERTrust RSA CA root certificate via an intermediate that is cross-signed by an older root, AddTrust External CA. The AddTrust root is set to expire on May 30, 2020, and some of our customers have been wondering » Continue Reading.
Validation Specialist Full-time technical/clerical/support position at publicly trusted certificate authority (CA) Houston, Texas (Upper Kirby area) Position and Responsibilities The Validation Specialist is responsible for vetting documentation submitted by SSL.com customers for OV and EV certificate orders in an efficient and timely manner, while maintaining » Continue Reading.