Why Can Only Certain Browsers Generate Automatic Keypairs?

In the world of PKI and SSL some certificate authorities use browsers such as Internet Explorer or Firefox to automatically generate keypairs to be used with Email-S/MIME Code Signing or Client Authentication Certificates. Not all Browsers have the capability to generate these keypairs due to licensing restrictions of the <keygen> and ActiveX controls that perform […]

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Web Browsers Now Marking HTTP sites “Not Secure”

Web Browsers have now started marking HTTP sites as  ‘Not Secure’ with release of Chrome 68+. For the past several years, Google strongly advising webmasters (sites) to adopting HTTPS encryption. Google said that within the last year, they helped users understand that HTTP sites are not secure by gradually marking a larger subset of HTTP […]

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How to Protect Your Websites – Featuring SiteLock

Website security in our modern times is of the utmost importance, and it cannot be an afterthought. What are you doing to protect your company? Do you have a team of IT security professionals making sure your websites and internal network systems are secure? The only true way of staying secure is to be up-to-date […]

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CA|B Fourm Passes Ballot 218 – Removing validation methods 1 and 5

As of August 1, 2018, all Certification Authorities (CA) can no longer validate domains by matching WHOIS domain registrant search results with certificate requester. Purpose of Ballot: Section 3.2.2.4 says that it “defines the permitted processes and procedures for validating the Applicant’s ownership or control of the domain.”  Most of the validation methods actually do validate ownership […]

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