SSL on Apache: How to Gain the Most from Your Certificate

SSL on Apache: How to Gain the Most from Your Certificate (11/5/2015) The use of an SSL certificate won’t automatically ensure maximum safety for the server’s visitors. The HTTPS protocol needs to be set up correctly so that the encryption methods used correspond with the current safety requirements. This article will explain to you how… Read More »

Certificate Transparency – Protection from Google

(20. 4. 2015) Certificate Transparency (further CT) is a function which increases the credibility of certificates. We wrote about it in November. You will find the theory in the article Certificate Transparency and Public Key Pinning. Today we are going to take a closer look at CT, especially its practical side and behaviour in Google Chrome browser.… Read More »

Certificate Transparency and Public Key Pinning

Certificate Transparency and Public Key Pinning (03. 03. 2015) In today’s article I am going to talk about two relatively new and little known terms, Certificate Transparency and Public Key Pinning, which are related to the security of using SSL certificates. They both try to lower the risk of issue and use of a fraudulent… Read More »