We get it – the world of digital security is confusing enough, and there’s a plethora of options – how can you choose the right certificate for your needs? SSL.com is here to help with this article, breaking down and explaining the certificate types available » Continue Reading.
HOUSTON TX December 6, 2018 – SSL.com is pleased to report designation as an Approved PKI Provider by the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR). This approval is only granted to companies that meet stringent criteria, including successful comprehensive audits and a demonstrated operational record. » Continue Reading.
Browsers are increasing in complexity every year. Even though most people use a browser every day, few know how browsers really work under the hood. This includes really important stuff, such as how browsers know an HTTPS server can be trusted. Check our latest article » Continue Reading.
HTTP/2 aims to make the Web faster, simpler, and more robust, focusing on better performance and security. It might sound like some new experimental project, but all major browsers (and more than 30% of Alexa’s top 10 million web sites) already support the protocol. Chances » Continue Reading.
SSL/TLS is the best way to protect your online communications. However, new research has revealed a potential threat to your privacy – and it’s built into how TLS make your life easier (and your connection faster) through session resumption. In our new article we describe » Continue Reading.