Digital Signatures

Digital Signatures: Why you should sign EVERYTHING

Digital Signatures play an integral role in modern business. Let's hash out what they are, how they work and why you should be using them. The post Digital Signatures: Why you should ...
SSL/TLS Encryption and Email Servers

SSL/TLS Encryption and Email Servers

What you need to know about using SSL/TLS to encrypt connections made by your email servers When I was approached with the topic for this blog post, I happily agreed.... The post ...
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One Year Certificate Validity is about to be on the ballot again

A planned CA/B Forum ballot would cap the max validity of SSL certificates at 397 days Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: the max validity for SSL/TLS certificates... The post ...
Breaking encryption will be the new Prohibition

Breaking encryption will be the new Prohibition

Encryption backdoors are a terrible example, here’s a historical example to showcase why… On Tuesday, speaking at a cybersecurity conference in New York, US Attorney General William Barr paid homage... The post ...
TLS 1.3: Everything you need to know

TLS 1.3: Everything you need to know

TLS 1.3 was officially published as RFC 8446 last Summer. Here's everything you need to know about the newest version of the protocol. The post TLS 1.3: Everything you need to know ...
The SSL Store and ManageEngine team up to simplify Certificate Management

The SSL Store and ManageEngine team up to simplify Certificate Management

A powerful, new, one-stop solution for all your digital certificate and key management needs For the past decade The SSL Store™ has built its reputation as the premier SSL service... The post ...
Twitter will deprecate support for TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 on July 15

Twitter will deprecate support for TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 on July 15

All Twitter connections will require TLS 1.2 starting Monday On Monday, July 15, Twitter will drive another nail into the coffin of TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1. The social media... The post ...
Encryption helped win America’s Revolutionary War

Encryption helped win America’s Revolutionary War

Encryption is nothing new, in fact it's been helping secure communication for ages. Here's how the Culper Spy Ring employed encryption to help when the United States' independence from Britain. The post ...
The Difference Between Root Certificates and Intermediate Certificates

The Difference Between Root Certificates and Intermediate Certificates

That end user SSL certificate is only one part of a certificate chain. Let’s talk about intermediate and root CA certificates for a few minutes. SSL (or more accurately, TLS)... The post ...
How would you explain homomorphic encryption?

What is Homomorphic Encryption?

Homomorphic encryption solves a vulnerability inherent in all other approaches to data protection Imagine if you work in the financial services industry — or, maybe you already do. Every day,... The post ...
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