With a thoughtful, yet decided, hand Google is ushering in a new age of secure Internet communications. Starting this month with the release of Chrome 56, Google will label websites without a properly installed digital certificate as “Not Secure”. Initially, only websites that accept passwords » Continue Reading.
“He who does not trust enough, Will not be trusted” ~ Lao Tzu Rememb er the little story we did a while back about the China Internet Network Information Centre (CNNIC) titled The Curious Case of the Google Certificate that Wasn’t. Well, it appears Mozilla » Continue Reading.
While Not Evil, It’s Still Messed Up Did you find yourself getting fewer emails on your Gmail account over the weekend? If you use a PC client or the web app, there’s a chance you might not have been receiving messages. Why? Well, because the » Continue Reading.
Earlier this week, Chad Brubaker, Android Security Engineer, posted to the Google Online Security Blog about nogotofail, a new tool Google is releasing to help people test whether or not their network is safe and secure. Lucian Constantin at Info World has a decent write-up about nogotofail, but » Continue Reading.
SSL Improves Sales Learn How SSL Can Improve Your Google Rank and Increase Sales Conversions Want to give your website rankings a boost? While there are a lot of different things you can do to accomplish this, one really easy way is to start using » Continue Reading.
SHA-1 Certificates Expiration The holiday shopping season is quickly approaching, and this is good reason to be concerned about Google’s recent announcement that they will be accelerating the deprecation of SHA-1 certificates. The new policy was announced on August 19. Chrome 39 – due in » Continue Reading.
SSL Google Rankings HTTPS How Search Engine Giant Uses SSL / TLS Data for Ranking Late last week, Google announced on their official blog that they were going to start using whether or not a site used HTTPS as one of the many ranking signals » Continue Reading.
According to a recent post on the official Google Webmaster Central Blog, they’ve announced big news that is going to have some webmasters scrambling to get SSL / TLS functioning on their websites. At a recent conference, the search engine giant made a call for » Continue Reading.