What with Lenovo’s widely-misunderstood effort to give consumers more choice by overriding their security settings, your newsfeed is likely chock-a-block with references to “root certificates” and suggestions to remove or disable the one which Superfish uses to do its groovy thing. SSL.com wants you to have the knowledge you » Continue Reading.
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SSL.com wishes to give you the knowledge you need to manage your security architecture. Below are instructions for removing an unwanted root certificate in Internet Explorer. (If you wish to disable rather than remove a certificate see our instructions for doing this in Microsoft Management Console.) Note that » Continue Reading.
This article will show you how to disable SSL 3.0 and TLS 1.0 in your browser. To skip straight to the instructions, click the links below: Internet Explorer Firefox Chrome After the recent POODLE unpleasantness, both Google and Chrome secured their latest browser versions (Firefox 35, » Continue Reading.
SSL server certificates are trusted by over 99% of Internet users. The following browsers and versions are supported: