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Authentication Services

Public Group | Founded: 12 Aug 2011 | Serving 79 members

The Identity and Authentication Services group is open to all new and existing customers interested in learning more about the products offered and changes that are coming as part of Symantec.

Symantec Identity and Authentication products include:

  • Validation and ID Protection Service (VIP)
  • Managed PKI Service
  • Identity Access Manager (SAM) 

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New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
As promised I've looked a little more into the SSL behaviors in Chrome. Chrome has a nice, strong interface regarding certificate errors. The browser presents a roadblock that you have to explicitly pass to access the page (similar to recent ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
In case you missed the news, today a massive phishing attack launched against the Dell brand and Dell.com. It continues a trend we've seen for a long time now where phishers continue to innovate about which online brands they will counterfeit and how ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
I've written in the past about how phishers and other online scammers are attaching themselves to topical items like tax season and holiday shopping. Well, now it looks like March Madness is the latest victim. That makes all the sense in the world. ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
While we're on the topic of Canada, here's a nice article on SSL certificate management from ITWorldCanada. At one point the article quotes a site administrator on the time savings he gets with a managed solution. Ordering and issuing certificates now ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
We're seeing many VeriSign Extended Validation SSL Certificates going live on sites. Here are examples from a variety of important industry segments. Online retail: Stardock Taxes: KPMG (Spain) Loans: DebtHelp Online bill payment: EX Service ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
Wow. A mere two months ago VeriSign announced that fully half of site visitors were EV SSL aware, and now we're already up to 60%. To what do we owe this ultra-rapid growth? Well, everybody's doing their part, as it happens. Internet Explorer 7 ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
Apologies for pointing to kind of an old article, but this article goes into depth on how Firefox 3 handles errors with SSL Certificates. These errors include such things as domain name mismatches, expired certificates, and untrusted (e.g. ...