Facing Mixed Content Warnings on your SSL site? Here’s how to deal with them.
If you’re coming across mixed content warnings, you must be wondering why you’re seeing them. After all you’ve already migrated your site to HTTPS using an SSL/TLS certificate. This is very frustrating, and you want to fix these mixed content warnings ASAP. We get it; we totally get it. That’s why we’ve come up with solutions in these blogs. But before you pounce on the solutions, you must understand what a Continue Reading
SSL Connection Error? SSL Protocol Error? Any other SSL Error? We have solutions to all of them
There are tons of SSL errors web users face every day – whether they’re using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. Errors such as SSL connection errors or ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR can make you want to pull your hair out and bang your head up against a wall.
Seriously, these errors are so convoluted in nature that it becomes almost impossible to diagnose them and even worse, they can occur on any kind Continue Reading
Key Insights from the Comodo 2017 Global Malware Report
The Comodo Threat Intelligence Lab, a key part of the Comodo Threat Research Labs (CTRL), monitors and analyzes various cyber threats such as malware, ransomware, viruses and other potential dangers throughout the global workday in over 190 countries. The lab publishes its findings in the form of quarterly and annual reports. The Comodo 2017 Global Malware Report is the latest report to come out of the lab, and it offers us some key insights. Continue Reading
3 Years After the Obama Administration Directive, 19% of the Websites are Yet to Comply
On June 8, 2015 the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued the HTTPS-Only Standard directive, which required that all publicly accessible Federal government websites and services must be served via secure HTTPS connection.
Unencrypted HTTP connections create a vulnerability and expose potentially sensitive information about users of unencrypted Federal websites and services. This data can Continue Reading
Customer Vigilance is Touching New Heights and So Should your Website Security
Do you know what the best physical businesses do to facilitate the best customer experience? They make their customers feel happy. Now you might be inclined to think that this is a pretty simplistic answer, but don’t you dare think this way. Customer Experience is a much more complicated field than most of us imagine.
You might be surprised to know that many leading universities have dedicated programs in this area. Continue Reading
Comodo has Just launched Comodo Certificate Manager 6.0, and It's Packed with Great Features
As an upper-echelon platinum partner to COMODO, we're delighted to announce the launch of Comodo Certificate Manager 6.0, the next generation tool for best-in-class digital certificate management. Needless to say, it's better than ever!
Speaking about the launch of CCM 6.0, Bill Holtz, the CEO of Comodo CA says, "Enterprises and partners today demand a solution that understands their challenges and can Continue Reading
Maximum lifespan of SSL certificates to shortened to 2 years
Beginning March 1, 2018, you will no longer be able to buy 3-year SSL certificates. This change, passed by the CA/Browser forum last year, is set to become a reality in the upcoming days. As a consequence, all the certificates will come with the maximum lifecycle of 2 years. This 2-year period will also include an additional period for website admins to renew their certs, taking the total lifespan to 825 days.
Note that this change Continue Reading
Here’s a brief overview of the ECC Public Key Cryptography
Elliptical Curve Cryptography – also known as ECC – is an alternative PKI encryption method to the most widely used RSA. It might be a new technology from the implementation point of view, but it has been here for quite a long time. You’d be surprised to know that 1987 was the year that ECC was discovered? Created? Either way… prepare to be amazed.
ECC offers an improved and complicated (as if the current methods weren't complex Continue Reading
Brace yourself HTTP site owners, Chrome’s “Not Secure” warnings are coming
Browsing on Google Chrome has gotten a whole lot more secure lately, and it's about to add another layer of security. That’s because Google will soon mark all HTTP pages as "Not Secure." It means that all websites without an SSL certificate will be subjected to Google's warnings. This is a significant move from a security point of view, and many security professionals have welcomed it with open arms.
The news came Continue Reading
Symantec, GeoTrust, Thawte and RapidSSL certificates need to be re-issued
If your website has a Symantec CA Brand-issued SSL/TLS certificate (meaning Symantec, GeoTrust, Thawte and RapidSSL), you may have been reminded by Symantec and your certificate provider that you need to reissue your certificate within a specific time-frame. If you haven’t received these emails or haven’t seen them (or even if you just got busy and forgot) don’t worry. We’ve got it covered for you.
Google Chrome, Continue Reading