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SSL.com Supports the ACME Protocol for SSL/TLS Certificate Automation

SSL.com now offers the popular ACME protocol to all customers for SSL/TLS certificate automation. What is ACME? Automated Certificate Management Environment (ACME) is a standard protocol for automating domain validation, installation, and management of X.509 certificates. The ACME protocol was designed by the Internet Security Research Group and is described
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October 2020 Security Roundup

Welcome to the October edition of the SSL.com’s Security Roundup! For this very special Halloween edition, we’ve kept our content exactly the same. After all, what’s spookier than digital security worries and faulty encryption? And did you know that SSL.com now has an email newsletter too? Fill out the form
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HIPAA-Compliant IoT Solutions

HIPAA and the IoT The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing exponentially, with some reports predicting it reaching over 38 billion devices in 2020. With more and more stories emerging of hacked devices coming out, the need to secure the Internet of Things is becoming more urgent, more so for
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September 2020 Security Roundup

Welcome to September’s edition of SSL.com’s monthly Security Roundup! Today we’ll be talking about: SSL.com’s brand-new newsletter Changes to the CA/B Forum’s EV SSL Guidelines Russia’s plans to ban protocols that hide the destination of internet traffic The Raccoon Attack on TLS versions 1.2 and earlier Insecure Internet of Things
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Authenticating Users and IoT Devices with Mutual TLS

One-Way and Mutual SSL/TLS Authentication One of the defining features of the SSL/TLS protocol is its role in authenticating otherwise anonymous parties on computer networks (such as the internet). When you visit a website with a publicly trusted SSL/TLS certificate, your browser can verify that the website owner has successfully
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