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Certificate Authority (CA)

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Das Certificate Authority/Browser Forum hat alle Zertifizierungsstellen aufgefordert, die Unterstützung für RSA-Zertifikate mit 1024-Bit-Schlüsseln bis zum Ende dieses Jahres (2013) einzustellen. Hiervon sind sowohl SSL- als auch ...
Blog Entry by Andy Horbury | 29 May 2013 | 0 comments
Vous n'êtes certainement pas sans savoir que le  Certificate Authority/Browser Forum a enjoint les autorités de certification (AC) de cesser toute prise en charge des certificats RSA de 1 024 bits, tant pour la protection SSL que pour la ...
Blog Entry by Andy Horbury | 29 May 2013 | 0 comments
A estas alturas, seguramente ya sepa que el  Certificate Authority/Browser Forum  ha ordenado a las autoridades de certificación que dejen de admitir certificados RSA con claves de 1024 bits para SSL y firma de código de aquí a finales del año 2013. ...
Blog Entry by Andy Horbury | 29 May 2013 | 0 comments
2013年末までに1024ビットの鍵長のSSLサーバ証明書とコードサイン証明書の発行を停止するよう  CA/ブラウザフォーラム  が認証局に指示をしていることはすでにご存じと思います。さらに詳細な変更に関してはCA/ブラウザフォーラムの資料「 パブリック証明書の発行および管理に関する基本要件v.1. 1」にあるのでご確認ください。  何をすべきか ? 今年(2013年)に証明書が失効する顧客は、2048ビット以上の鍵長でCertificate Signing ...
Blog Entry by Masato Hayashi | 20 May 2013 | 0 comments
I hope by now that you are aware that the Certificate Authority/Browser Forum has mandated that Certificate Authorities stop supporting 1024-bit key length RSA certificates for both SSL and code signing by the end of this year (2013). To learn more ...
Blog Entry by Andy Horbury | 10 May 2013 | 0 comments
Sometimes, serendipity happens. Here at Website Security Solutions, we're constantly striving to educate people on how important SSL Certificates are to the Internet. The Norton Secured Seal represents trust on the internet; a sure mark that the ...
Blog Entry by Brad | 06 Feb 2013 | 0 comments
We're looking at a bumper crop of online frauds, cons, ID thefts, and check stealing this year. Some of them can steal your returns, others cost you your life savings or money you have not even begun to earn. As your W-2s come in, here are some ...
Blog Entry by Jeannie Warner | 15 Jan 2013 | 3 comments
On Tuesday, Microsoft announced that they have just upgraded their entire Outlook.com mail environment to an Always On SSL experience, protected by Extended Validation (EV).  This means that all of the user’s data is protected via 2048-bit encryption ...
Blog Entry by FranRosch | 13 Dec 2012 | 0 comments
Making your company’s SSL Security Less of a Gamble Connections between servers, end user PCs, suppliers and remote workers need to be secured often encrypted using SSL certificates. “It’s sometimes easy to assume that all this takes care of ...
Blog Entry by Andy Horbury | 01 Nov 2012 | 0 comments
SSL/TLS is technology that is critical for securing communications. The challenge facing the SSL ecosystem today is how it is being implemented and used. Several University researchers have recently published reports indicating errors and shortcomings in ...
Blog Entry by Rick Andrews | 30 Oct 2012 | 0 comments