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December 2020 Security Roundup

SSL.com wishes all of our customers and visitors a happy, safe, and healthy holiday season, and a prosperous 2021! We hope that the new year will turn out to be slightly less, umm… interesting than 2020 has been in some ways, but we’re sure that not a month will go
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DoS Vulnerability Fix in OpenSSL 1.1.1i

The OpenSSL project issued a Security Advisory on December 8, 2020, warning users of a high-severity vulnerability affecting all versions of OpenSSL 1.0.2 and 1.1.1 prior to version 1.1.1i. This vulnerability could potentially be exploited by an attacker in a denial of service (DoS) attack: The X.509 GeneralName type is
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How to Become a Remote Online Notary (RON)

Pandemic or not, the world is going more and more online. Some jobs that have traditionally required face-to-face interaction to complete now have options to be done digitally and remotely. Notarization is one such function. Currently, there are 29 states that have some sort of remote online notary (RON) laws
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November 2020 Security Roundup

The Holidays are here, somehow, and so is the November SSL.com newsletter. This year, holiday prep might seem more overwhelming than ever. It might even seem like keeping on top of your Internet security is too daunting a task to tackle. We’re here to tell you that type of thinking
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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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