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SSL Certificates Validity to be Restricted to a 2 Years Period from March 2018

The Certificate Authority Browser Forum, also known as CAB Forum passed ballot 193 which reduces SSL Certificates validity (Domain Validation and Business Validation) to 825-days (roughly 27 months). The ballot didn't affect he Extended Validation Certificates, due to their already existing 2-year lifetime. The new regulations will come into effect on March 1, 2018. Chris Baily [...]

2018-07-23T09:01:56+00:00 Monday, December 25th, 2017|Categories: Industry News|

Google Introduces Security Panel in DevTools

In 2014, Google Chrome Security Team expressed their intention to mark both, broken HTTPS URLs and HTTP websites as being non-secure online resources. Since HTTP is the only non-secure online resource that remained unmarked, the purpose of this marking is to clearly inform users that HTTP websites don’t provide any security for their data. This [...]

2018-07-23T07:58:11+00:00 Tuesday, October 24th, 2017|Categories: Industry News|

An SSL Certificate will make your website rank higher in Google

You care about ranking higher on Google Search. And Google cares about it, too. But it also cares about a more secure Internet. So Google comes to you with this deal: you give Google HTTPS secure websites and in turn, receive a higher ranking in Google. Starting with 2014, Google made it pretty clear that website security [...]

2018-07-23T07:10:28+00:00 Friday, January 13th, 2017|Categories: Industry News|

What are the most recent news in the SSL Certificates industry?

Maintaining the security of your website is a very thoughtful process. Check out the most recent news in the SSL Certificates industry in order to ensure secure browsing for your clients:  The 3.2 version of PCI DSS will be released this spring, though it was scheduled to be released in fall. The PCI Security Standards Council revised [...]

2018-07-23T07:09:40+00:00 Sunday, January 8th, 2017|Categories: Industry News|

PCI DSS 3.2: You should quit using SSL 3.0 and TLS 1.0 until June 2018

According to the latest news in the SSL industry, the new PCI DSS 3.2 version will be released this Spring. Initially, its scheduled release date was in Fall. The PCI Security Standards Council revised the release date to include the extended period of the SSL 3.0/TLS 1.0 migration due to the existing expanding threat landscape. The current version of [...]

2018-07-20T15:48:11+00:00 Thursday, December 15th, 2016|Categories: Industry News|
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