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Over the past week news about the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability draws some similarities and also some dissimilarities to the Y2K bug; remember that?  In early 1999, there were stories of people building our survival bunkers in the basements of ...
Blog Entry by Brook R. Chelmo | 16 Apr 2014 | 1 comment
This week a vulnerability dubbed “Heartbleed” was found in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library ( http://heartbleed.com ).  OpenSSL is widely used, often with applications and web servers like Apache and Nginx.   OpenSSL ...
Blog Entry by Tom Powledge | 09 Apr 2014 | 11 comments
このブログではウェブサイトやその上で動作しているウェブアプリケーションの脆弱性について紹介すると共に注意喚起をする目的でまとめられています。 今回は代表的なWebアプリケーション脆弱性であるクロスサイトスクリプティングについて解説をしています。 ※なお、内容に関しましてはHASHコンサルティング株式会社の徳丸 浩様に監修いただいています。 ...
Blog Entry by Masato Hayashi | 07 Apr 2014 | 0 comments
If you need an SSL certificate to protect your website or some other business-critical application such as email or storage systems, then you need to remember your ABCDs. A is for the Appropriate certificate There are a few different types ...
Blog Entry by Elliot_Samuels | 04 Apr 2014 | 1 comment
‘The attacker still has the upper hand,’ says the Dutch government’s most recent Cyber Security Report . The report continues: attackers are getting smarter, more devices are being connected to the internet and yet many incidents could have been ...
Blog Entry by Jane Broderick | 26 Mar 2014 | 0 comments
このブログではウェブサイトやその上で動作しているウェブアプリケーションの脆弱性について紹介すると共に注意喚起をする目的でまとめられています。 今回は2005年以来継続して攻撃被害のあるSQLインジェクションについて解説をしています。 ...
Blog Entry by Masato Hayashi | 19 Mar 2014 | 0 comments
Stronger, resilient Private CA removes risk while lowering costs On 1 October 2016 in line with the CA/Browser Forum’s Baseline Requirements, publicly trusted SSL certificates can no longer be issued to ...
Blog Entry by Elliot_Samuels | 05 Mar 2014 | 4 comments
Choosing based on price . Not all certificate authorities (CA) are the same. The security of your certificates depends in part on how secure the CA is, so it pays to choose wisely. In addition, when you’re installing new SSL certificates you need a ...
Blog Entry by Jimmy Edge | 27 Feb 2014 | 4 comments
For many website owners and network security admins 2013 was the final push to move older websites and servers off of 1024-bit RSA SSL certificates to 2048-bit RSA certificates. This was an industry wide effort and one that was essential to safeguard the ...
Blog Entry by Brook R. Chelmo | 18 Feb 2014 | 0 comments
Code signing 101 Code signing does two things: it confirms who the author of the software is and proves that the code has not been altered or tampered with after it was signed. Both ...
Blog Entry by Andy Horbury | 12 Feb 2014 | 3 comments