In 2012 the CA/ browser forum stated that no SSL certificate securing a local domain, IP address, or a server name should be issued with an expiry date later than 31st October 2015. With the date just around the corner, CAs (Certificate Authorities) could not have issued SSL certificates for internal needs since 31st October 2014, because SSL certificates have a minimum duration of 1 year.
The slides from our July 7th webinar on Ready Issuance are now available for your viewing pleasure.
Google Chrome may issue an "obsolete cryptography" warning for some SSL certificates. Here's how to fix that issue.
Last week SSL247® attended the 20th anniversary of InfoSecurity Europe — and we're glad we made the trip.
For the fifth year running, we're exhibiting at InfoSecurity Europe. Find us at stand C210. Register now for free admission.
The video and the slides from our April 15th webinar on penetration testing are now available for your viewing pleasure.
Thanks to everyone who participated in our Webinar on March 25th. We hope you found the presentation informative!
The video capture and the slides are now available.
We’re getting closer and closer to the final deadline: from April 1st, no certificate issued or reissued will have a validity period greater than 39 months.
We have been waiting for months and it has finally arrived! Symantec Ready Issuance technology is a revolution for clients of the Certification Authority Symantec.