SSL CERTIFICATE: NOT JUST A COMPLIANCE NECESSITY, DON’T END UP BUYING ANY SSL CERTIFICATE

There used to be a time when SSL Certificate was not necessary for every website on the browser, only websites that collect sensitive information or financial information or selling something online were required to buy an SSL Certificate. Today the scenario is different. SSL Certificate is necessary and mandatory for all websites. SSL is a critical standard of data security, […]

Google Chrome HTTPS Update: Chrome 90 To Use HTTPS For Incomplete URLs

Google Chrome version 90 will try HTTPS first when the user does not provide a complete URL in the address bar. For Example: when a user types any domain say “example.com” the chrome will load it as “https://example.com.” and if the site lacks SSL/TLS certificates and HTTPS fails, the site will revert back to HTTP. It is obvious that using […]

SSL PINNING : A COMPLETE GUIDE!

SSL certificate pinning is an optional mechanism that is used to provide extra security to the server or websites that already relies on SSL Certificates. Pinning allows you to specify a cryptographic identity that must be accepted by the users visiting the website. Instead of allowing any trusted certificate to e used, the operator ‘pin’ the certificate authority issuer, public […]

What Happens When Your SSL Certificate Expires?

SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer which acts as a channel between Server and Browser and encrypts the transmission of data between the two. A valid SSL certificate is the first line of defense for your website. It acts as a medium that authenticates the website, a user is viewing, is legitimate and is not fake. HTTPS is changed to […]

Free SSL certificates: Why You Should Not Use Them?

Free SSL certificates seem to be a very easy and profitable way to protect your business website. In fact, why buy something when you can get it all free from a variety of certification authorities? Free SSL certificates attract every business owner, in the end, it may lead to losses. Let us know why? Free SSL certificates are not trusted […]