About Website Security Solutions
Website Security Solutions allow companies and consumers to engage in communications and commerce online with trust and confidence. With more than one and a half million web servers using our SSL certificates, an infrastructure that processes more than four and a half billion certificate checks daily, and a trust mark that is seen more than half a billion times a day in 170 countries, the Norton Secured seal is the most recognized symbol of trust on the Internet.
Recent Blog Posts
- The SSL 3.0 Vulnerability – POODLE Bug (AKA POODLEbleed) • Brook R. Chelmo • 17 Oct 2014 • 10 replies
- Certificate Transparency • sanjaymodi • 13 Oct 2014
- The Future of SSL Encryption • Stefano Rebulla • 22 Oct 2014 • 1 reply
- Google’s SHA-1 Deprecation Plan for Chrome • Brook R. Chelmo • 16 Sep 2014
- Extended Validation Solutions for SMB Ecommerce success: Secure128 • Charla Bunton-Johnson • 15 Sep 2014
Recently on Twitter
- RT @MurphyOrla: Video: Why Symantec SSL Certificates?: http://t.co/r6kwXXC4vN30 Oct 2014
- RT @najdi_mohamad: Secure maximum trust and sales this Christmas with Symantec https://t.co/K6CDh571eY عبر @NortonSecured28 Oct 2014
- RT @KlunderJeroen: Protect Your Website and Grow Your Business, Take the first step to a more secure web site. Try Symantec™ SSL in your te…28 Oct 2014
- Why use the @NortonSecured Seal on your website? http://t.co/AeFRgbjHzo24 Oct 2014
- RT @SSLsupport: We’re back & better than ever! A new Support Page to easily find information for your #SSL organized by server: http://t.co…23 Oct 2014
- Whitelisting browser addons
- How do I check my SSL certificate being installed correctly?
- SYMANTEC CODE SIGNING - MICROSOFT AUTHENTICODE
- Do signed assemblies/dlls require net connection for validation at startup
- SSL-related question
- How to renew my authenticode code signing certificate
- Issuance of Code Signing Certificates is broken?
- Problem with Code Signing on WindowsXP
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