Welcome to the September 2019 edition of SSL.com’s Security Roundup, an end-of-month digest where we highlight important developments in the field of SSL/TLS, digital certificates, and digital security in general. Today we’ll be covering a recent CA/B Forum ballot aimed at reducing SSL/TLS certificate lifetimes, » Continue Reading.
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Happy birthday, David Bowie! Before there was, uh, whatever you kids are listening to, there was a kid from Brixton named David Robert Jones. He’s been in the music business for an eon or two – he started so long ago that he changed his name » Continue Reading.
It’s the end of 2015, and SSL.com’s End-of-Year Security Roundup takes a quick trot past some of the most interesting, dire and memorable occurrences in the field of information security of the past year. We certainly hope everyone has a very secure 2016 – but check back » Continue Reading.
SSL.com’s Security Roundup: We must secure the Internet of Toys! All the way live and available here. Happy Eid il-Burbara and have a great weekend, y’all.
143 years ago today the merchant vessel Mary Celeste was discovered, mysteriously abandoned and adrift, off the Azores. You can thank Arthur Conan Doyle and the Victorian popular press for giving rise to a cloud of fanciful theories to explain the mystery (including religious mania and » Continue Reading.
Happy Black Friday! Today’s Security Roundup coincides with a great American tradition – which therefore of course involves marketing, rampant consumerism and is rooted in mob action if not outright criminal activity. Readers worldwide might instead want to remember Ada Lovelace, who passed away on this date in 1852. » Continue Reading.
Happy birthday, Microsoft Windows! November 20th, 1985. A kinder, gentler time, when the sun shone everyday, children respected their elders, and Christmas sales marketing didn’t start until at least the week before Thanksgiving. Today’s SSL.com Security Roundup salutes the thirtieth anniversary of the official release of » Continue Reading.