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Tim Callan | 11 Sep 2006 | 0 comments

This article talks about the recent conviction of a couple of Canadian online serial scammers. In this case the criminals set up fake vacation sites and sold vacations that did not exist. They shut each site down after a short period of time and then put up the next. In the process thousands of U.K. would-be customers were scammed out of hundreds of thousands of pounds.

Tim Callan | 15 Aug 2006 | 0 comments

If you missed the very well attended Web seminar on High Assurance SSL, we archived it for you. Now I have a more direct link to the seminar so you don't have to go through all the steps I originally laid out. You can get directly to the High Assurance SSL Certificates seminar as well as a bunch of other VeriSign seminars. At the time of posting mine is about five down on the list. After the seminar you'll want to read the follow-up questions on High Assurance SSL. These links are especially useful if you have a co-worker, let's say, who missed the seminar. Now you can send the link and that co-worker can get the straight story on the big, new developments in...

Tim Callan | 25 Jul 2006 | 0 comments

I got some good questions from last week's High Assurance SSL Web seminar. I'll repeat some of the best ones and my replies here.

Tim Callan | 14 Jul 2006 | 0 comments

On this coming Tuesday I will be giving a Web seminar on High Assurance SSL. This presentation will go over what High Assurance certificates are, how they will work in the browsers, how authentication standards will change for this standard, expected browser support, and anticipated availability. It's FREE to anyone who wants to register.

Tim Callan | 22 Apr 2006 | 1 comment

In a recent post I alluded to a lack of clarity around the name of the new higher-authentication SSL standard. Up to now it's been code-named High Assurance SSL, but that name won't be the final one. I want to give you the background and spell out some criteria for an effective name.

Tim Callan | 28 Mar 2006 | 2 comments

We're on the verge of the most significant development in SSL since the origin of the technology ten years ago. I'm not speaking in hyperbole, either. 2006 will see the widespread adoption of a brand new kind of SSL Certificate. And those among us who download and install the latest browsers will learn to look at SSL-protected Web pages in a whole new way.