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Displaying items by tag: SSL certificates

Security vendor Radware's SecurePath is a new, cloud-based application security architecture for protecting applications deployed in multi- and hybrid-cloud environments, providing full application visibility and centralised security management.

Published in Security
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

In what is sure to cause concern at the the top levels of one of the leading security software vendors, upcoming releases of the two more popular Web browsers, Chrome and Firefox, will no longer trust Symantec SSL certificates.

Published in Security

SSL certificate wholesaler Trustico has revoked tens of thousands of certificates that it issued on behalf of digital certificate provider DigiCert, an order that is likely to occasion the purchasers of those certificates much pain.

Published in Security
Thursday, 02 June 2016 09:30

Symantec makes SSL certificates free for all

Symantec's Encryption Everywhere program aims to see all web sites and their users protected by SSL by 2018.

Published in Security

FileMaker 15, a new release of the application development system for OS X, Windows, iOS and the web, delivers new or improved features in the areas of mobility, automation and integration, ease of use, security, and performance.

Published in Business Software

Symantec has copped a bullet from Google after breaching the search engine giant’s trust in its web security certificates, not once, but twice.

Published in Security

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