Have you heard about the recent announcement of Google concerning SEO, and wish to benefit from this news by adopting the https, but are unsure of how to do it? This article is for you!
By now you will probably be aware of the transition from the standard 1024-bit to 2048-bit for RSA-based SSL certificates. This isn’t recent news, but we thought a reminder could be useful if you are unsure about the validity of your own certificates.
We're delighted to unveil our brand new logo, which has been designed to cement our transition from SSL providers to Web Security Consultants and Online Business Continuity Experts.
For the fourth year running, SSL247® attended InfoSecurity Europe 2014, Europe's number one information security event. The event proved to be a great success - Through face-to-face interactions with existing clients and new companies, we had the opportunity to demonstrate our expertise in Online Business Continuity and bring solutions to the web security issues of the visitors.
You must have heard about it in the news: the CIA and the British National Crime Agency have successfully disrupted the functioning of two dangerous forms of malware which have been working in tandem for the past few months (even longer for the early versions). They are called Game Over Zeus and Cryptolocker.
From today (10th of June), the .UK extension is available. This new, shorter extension will coexist with .co.uk, .org.uk, .me.uk and other extensions from the UK Domain Family.
Our Platinum partner Symantec is making a slight change to the Norton™ Secured Seal, from 'powered by VeriSign' to 'powered by Symantec', effective immediately. Symantec are rolling out this new version of the Norton™ Secured Seal trust mark globally.
We're delighted to announce we'll be attending InfoSecurity Europe 2014 the fourth year running, at the end of April. You can find us at Stand C80 - register now for free attendance!
One week after the discovery of the Heartbleed bug, we discuss it's impact on Certification Authorities, the SSL industry and the growing lack of trust online.
Heartbleed is a bug that was discovered on April 7th, 2014 in OpenSSL versions 1.0. 1 to 1.0. 1f. Read on to find out if your server is at risk, and how to protect it.
All your questions about the move from SHA-1 to SHA-2 answered, including information about browser compitability issues and advice on what to do next.
Our obligation-free SSL Audit has been designed to enable you to consolidate your SSL certificates, simplify management of your portfolio and reduce costs. Contact us today to request yours!
We're delighted to announce we'll be attending InfoSecurity Europe 2014 the fourth year running, at the end of April. Pop by and visit us at stand C80.
Watch SSL247® founders and directors Oliver Wilkinson and Benjamin Tack outline the company's strong platinum partnership with Symantec, and the benefits of this relationship.
Unsigned code is dangerous – it can easily be modified to include advertising, track information or steal data.
Other malicious additions to unsigned code can include malware, spyware and viruses.Read on to find out how to instil trust in your code, and why code-signing is set to become more widespread.
Here's your second instalment of "10 Things to Consider if you Don't Protect your Brand".
Remember, the threats are numerous, but the solution is simple.
Read on to discover what else you should be thinking about as a brand owner. And remember to let us know what you think.
Liberty Games is the largest amusement supplier to the home market in the UK.
To get to the pinnacle of their industry they needed a web security solution that matched their positioning.
That’s where we stepped in.
The issues that could arise following ICANN’s decision to release thousands of new domain name extensions (gTLDs) from late 2013 onwards are unprecedented.
The scale of the situation has never been seen before, so we’ve outlined ten major points you should be aware of when considering the future of your brand online.
For your first instalment, here’s five things you might face with an unprotected brand.
Here's how Red Bull Racing's dominance of Formula One could help explain what's so great about Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC).