Configuring Apache to Disable SSL v 3.0 The Apache HTTP Server is configured by placing directives in plain text configuration files. The main configuration file is usually called httpd.conf, and it is easy to update the Apache web server to disable SSLv3 (and thus protect your websites from the POODLE vulnerability).
This article will show you how to manually generate a Certificate Signing Request (or CSR) in the Apache web hosting environment using OpenSSL. What is OpenSSL? OpenSSL is an open-source implementation of SSL/TLS used on approximately two-thirds of servers on the internet. Although many other methods exist to perform these steps on an Apache server, … Continued
Technology is evolving at an ever quickening pace, and it’s important to stay as up to date as possible when it comes to information security technologies. We’ve put together a list of five different things you should have on your radar. While you may have heard of some of these before, we may have one or … Continued
HTTPS connections can be enforced on visitors to your site by several different methods. If you are using a content management system like WordPress you can explore plugins like WordPress HTTPS (SSL) to set all or specific sections of your site to use secure connections.
As you probably know by now, cPanel Conference 14 conference went off without any problems. We decided to take a little bit of time to wait to see what others were writing about this yearly event. Now that some of the excitement has started to die down, we’re going to give you a roundup of coverage … Continued
The easiest solution to installing more than one Intermediate CA bundle file, is to download a combined bundle file from your SSL.com My Account portal. Once you login to your account you should click on the Orders tab.