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Alert: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Phishing

Phishing is a malignant curse and the evil chuds behind phishing campaigns are always seeking a new angle of attack. As worry about COVID-19’s spread increases, and as more people start working and studying from home, we can unfortunately expect related scams to become widespread in the coming weeks and
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SSL/TLS Automation for the Internet of Things (IoT)

If securing the Internet of Things (IoT) was simple and straightforward, we wouldn’t be reading high-profile stories each week about routers with exposed private keys and breached home security cameras. With news like this, it’s no wonder that many consumers are still suspicious of internet-connected devices. The number of IoT
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February 2020 Security Roundup

Welcome to this February edition of SSL.com’s Security Roundup. It may be our shortest month, but it was still full of developments in SSL/TLS, digital certificates, and network security. This month, we’ll be covering: Apple limits SSL/TLS Certificates to just over a year DNS over HTTPS now a Firefox default
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Apple Limits SSL/TLS Certificate Lifetimes to 398 Days

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 be in effect for certificates issued
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January 2020 Security Roundup

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 a little more privacy NSA discovers
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SSL/TLS Automation for the IoT with ACME

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 it doesn’t have to be
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