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If you run a online business, you are sure to use Google AdWords. Perhaps this is one of the main traffic sources on your site, so the last message you want to see is "Your account has been suspended ...". And yet, you can expect it if your site is not SSL-secured.
Starting 1st of August 2016, Comodo and DomenySSL will no longer offer SGC variants of certificates. As your account has a valid SGC certificate which will be up for renewal in the future, the company has prepared a list of recommended alternatives.
Thawte is only one of the few vendors outside of the United States. As the main competitor of American vendors quickly gained a 40 % share of the market SSL certificates.
Respectable SSL certificate provider Entrust Datacard is now available in the offer. Check certificates with full range of enterprise requirements and strong validation EV and OV.
Companies that use the free SSL Certificates for their own websites should rethink that choice. Security company "Trend Micro" indicates that a free SSL Certificate doesn't guarantee the security of the site.
Maybe you ask yourself, why exactly do you need a SSL certificate. If so - you should read.
The guide includes useful information on tips to help you avoid scams and protect yourself while using Wi-Fi / mobile devices.
Several Thai government websites have been paralyzed by a suspected denial of service (DDoS) attack.
Leading Certificate Authority has stopped offering these certificates.
Trustwave today announced that Singapore Telecommunications Limited (Singtel), Asia's leading communications company, has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Trustwave Holdings, Inc., a privately held information security company headquartered in Chicago. The acquisition strengthens Singtel's information security capabilities and bolsters Trustwave's ability to expand its leadership in managed security services globally.
Due to the age of SSL version 3, which is already more than 18 years, part of certain solutions may already be obsolete.