Now more than ever it’s time to move to HTTPS – not just because it’s the secure “cool” thing to do, but because it’s also becoming the standard rather than an afterthought. Scans and crawls in the last six months show HTTPS is growing by leaps » Continue Reading.
Tag: SSL encryption
The lists below display the path of trust from the root certificate, through the required intermediate certificates (if any) to the server certificate (which is the certificate you purchased from SSL.com) for each SSL.com product we offer.
“I’ve lost my private key!” The private key for your SSL.com certificate is important, sure – but losing it is far from the end of the world. So relax. You’re going to be fine – since SSL.com can reissue any certificate you’ve purchased from us, at any » Continue Reading.
Ignorance Is Not Bliss A few months ago, Target was hit with a class-action lawsuit by a number of banks all across the world. Although it’s not clear how much the banks are demanding, it’s obvious that Target won’t come out of the mess unscathed » Continue Reading.
Wildcard SSL Certificate Do you find yourself using a lot of subdomains on the web? If so, you can save money and time by going with a Wildcard SSL certificate. This may sound scary to some, but it’s actually quite easy. Below, we’re going to » Continue Reading.
Wildcard SSL Certificates Understanding the pros and cons of Wildcard SSL certificates can save you a lot of stress and headaches if you’re in charge of securing websites or networks for a living. Instead of running around while trying to figure it out on the » Continue Reading.
Yes, the data is sent using HTTPS.
Officially, SSL (Secure Socket Layer) 2.0 is the last version of SSL. It is now called TLS (Transport Layer Security), but the general public still refers to it as as SSL. TLS 1.0 can, in essence, be considered SSL 3.0. TLS has had two minor » Continue Reading.