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Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as ‘not secure’ starting in July


Starting in July, Google Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as “not secure,” according to  a blog post  published today by Chrome security product manager Emily Schechter. Chrome currently displays a neutral information icon, but starting with...


Risks in Using Self-Signed SSL Certificates


A reader reported receiving a message in Google Search Console about a self-signed SSL certificate. Google has been sending warnings about this for years. A self-signed SSL certificate is one that is issued by a server and not by a certificate...


Equifax mega-leak


Equifax had weeks to prepare for its breach notification, so its decision to do so via a basic Wordpress site (oh,  err ) using a  free shared CloudFlare SSL cert  is somewhat puzzling. “For some reason Equifax used the 6 weeks to set up a new...


SSL becomes a necessity for online business


Everything started in 2014 when Google announced about using SSL as a ranking signal in Google Search Algorithm. Next step made by the the giant was to flag unencrypted websites as insecure in Chrome browser, displaying a red “X” over a padlock...


How to View Certificates With the New Chrome Update


In case you were wondering how to view SSL certificates with the new Google Chrome update. Here is a step by step guide to ensure the websites you are visiting are protected against cyber crime... You can read the rest HERE .

Symantec, The FBI and Cyber Gangs


Symantec's cyber security team's assistance in uncovering a prolific cyber-gangs network has lead to the arrest of three criminals responsible for $35 million stolen from victims. Full story HERE .

F5's Big-IP leaks little chunks of memory, even SSL session IDs


“Ticketbleed” (so named for a similarity to the notorious 2014  Heartbleed ) is specific to F5's Big-IP appliances and can strike when virtual servers running on those boxes are configured with a Client SSL profile that has the non-default Session...


Google To Become Trusted Certificate Authority


Google has launched its own root Certificate Authority (CA), which will allow the company to issue digital certificates for its own products and not have to depend on third-party CAs in its quest to implement HTTPS across everything Google. Read...

HTTPS Surpasses HTTP


Looking back on 2016, we find that we have made great progress in the realm of internet security. Finally, the use of HTTPS has surpassed the use of HTTP, we saw the end of public-trusted SHA-1 SSL/TLS certificates, and it was revealed that more...


Apple Now Requires HTTPS For All Applications


Your Apps are now secure! Apple requires all apps to use HTTPS as of January 1st. Read more HERE .

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