Displaying items by tag: Certificates

IT and business consulting services firm CGI is supplying a new digital licensing platform to manage the various licenses, registrations, permits and certificates required by New South Wales Government agencies to promote public safety and ensure compliance with legislation.

Published in Technology Regulation
Friday, 15 January 2021 16:17

1-Year Certificates are Here: What Now?

GUEST OPINION: In 2020, the world experienced a cosmic shift in how we live and work, and the infosec industry was no different. Publicly trusted TLS/SSL certificate lifetimes were reduced to one-year, making automation and sophisticated management tools more important than ever.

Published in Guest Opinion

Mozilla, the developers of the Firefox browser, has knocked back a request from Abu Dhabi-based security outfit DarkMatter to have certificates it issues be automatically accepted as genuine.

Published in Security

Websites can be denied renewal of the certificates that ensure they are secure due to false positives, if Google lists such sites as not being safe for browsing. Visitors could be denied entry if they visit the site using Chrome or a browser built using the Chrome codebase, a Melbourne developer says.

Published in Security

Google will reduce the trust level in Symantec-issued certificates following an investigation into a series of incidents where such certificates failed to validate properly.

Published in Security

Venafi is a US based security company that secures and protects keys and certificates so they can’t be used by bad guys in cyber attacks.

Published in Security
Friday, 15 April 2011 08:18

Apple patches Mac OS X, Safari and iOS

Apple's latest set of security updates covers a relatively short list of issues, but Mac OS X and iOS are both affected, along with Safari for Mac and Windows.

Published in Security
Thursday, 24 March 2011 14:38

Microsoft warns of rogue digital certificates

Microsoft is warning its users of nine rogue digital certificates that could be used in a variety of attacks involving popular sites. They include sites operated by Microsoft, Google, Yahoo!, Skype and Mozilla.

Published in Security

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