Here’s how to disable HSTS settings in Chrome & Firefox
HSTS, a web security mechanism, is an acronym for ‘HTTP Strict Transport Security.’ This mechanism, if implemented, forces browsers to establish connections via HTTPS, taking insecure HTTP out of the equation. This mechanism was developed to counter the SSL Strip … Read More
SSL is great. But you can make it greater.
There is no doubt regarding the fact that SSL/TLS certificates are the foundation of today’s web security. Whether you have a blog with a few thousand followers or are in command of a multi-million-dollar website, you must protect your website with … Read More
Facing any SSL related error on your Apache server? We bring you the fixes
When it comes to Apache or any other server for that matter, it’s pretty common to come across SSL related errors. As good as SSL certificates are at what they do, there are no escaping SSL … Read More
A Comprehensive Guide for Developers for Impenetrable Mobile App Security
Remember the movie ‘Time of the Apes?’ Well, you don’t need to because this is the ‘Time of the Apps!’ Okay, this was a terrible pun (is it even a pun?), but don’t judge us based on just one pun … Read More
Here’s how you can easily install an SSL/TLS certificate in Microsoft Lync Server 2013
If you are wondering about installing an SSL certificate on Microsoft Lync Server 2013, you’ve landed on the right page. In this blog, we’ll demonstrate the entire procedure step-by-step so that you don’t face any trouble … Read More
How secure contexts improve the “quality of encryption”
We’ll get to Secure Contexts in a minute but before that, take a step back and analyze the current state of HTTPS. HTTPS adoption is at its all-time high. The latest report by Google shows that almost half of the internet is … Read More
From 1st of March, two years is the maximum validity for SSL certificates.
The SSL certificate industry has been going through a lot of changes recently, and another significant change is on the horizon. From March 1, 2018, all certificate authorities will stop issuing 3-year SSL certificates. The CA/Brower … Read More
Having a non-HTTPS website? Be prepared to get penalized.
Google Chrome, the most popular web browser in the world, is going to mark all HTTP websites as “Not Secure” starting this Summer. In other words, if you don’t have an SSL certificate installed on your website, Chrome will greet your … Read More
Here’s how to install an SSL/TLS certificate on Mac OS X El Capitan
Mac OS X El Capitan (v.10.11) is the twelfth major version of Apple’s macOS. This operating system is widely used in Macintosh computers. This article will help you ease through SSL/TLS certificate installation on Mac OS X … Read More
Certificate Transparency Simplified Like Never Before
The SSL/TLS certificate industry has been in the midst of some substantial fundamental changes, and Certificate Transparency (CT) is one of them. Most people first learned the term ‘Certificate Transparency’ in 2015 when Google mandated that all certificate authorities log their EV SSL certificates … Read More