Welcome to November 2019’s edition of SSL.com’s Security Roundup, where we present a selection of the month’s developments in SSL/TLS, digital certificates, and network security! In this edition, we’ll be covering: TPM-FAIL: newly-discovered vulnerabilities in Intel firmware-based TPM and STMicroelectronics’ TPM chips Delegated Credentials » Continue Reading.
Digitally Certify and Sign PDFs SSL.com, a public certificate authority (CA) and voting member of the CA/Browser forum, is pleased to announce that it has been added to the Adobe Approved Trust List (AATL). The AATL is comprised of CAs that meet Adobe’s stringent assurance » Continue Reading.
Welcome to the October 2019 edition of SSL.com’s Security Roundup, an end-of-month digest where we highlight important developments in the field of SSL/TLS, digital certificates, and digital security. On the browser front this month, Google has decided to start blocking mixed content in Chrome, » Continue Reading.
Keeping track of revoked website SSL/TLS certificates is an ongoing, thorny problem for web browsers. OCSP checking is slow and insecure, online OCSP checks frequently fail, and most websites have not yet implemented OCSP Must-Staple. For these reasons, web browsers have established their own » Continue Reading.
Welcome to the September 2019 edition of SSL.com’s Security Roundup, an end-of-month digest where we highlight important developments in the field of SSL/TLS, digital certificates, and digital security in general. Today we’ll be covering a recent CA/B Forum ballot aimed at reducing SSL/TLS certificate lifetimes, » Continue Reading.