As we have reported earlier (see: Comodo CA changed their name to SECTIGO) Comodo CA, with the date of November 1, 2018 changed its name to Sectigo. The change is related to the fact that the Comodo CA brand dealing with SSL certificates was taken over, in autumn 2017, by Francisco Partners. This entity, under the Comodo CA brand, continued to operate on the same markets, participated in the same solutions and helped the same buyers as the Comodo Group. The decision to change the brand was made to avoid confusion, and to help carry out the mission to protect organizations/companies of all sizes and provide the highest quality security.
The fantastic green padlock next to your website’s Internet address is not only a certificate of increased security for your visitors. Owing to it, also Google’s positioning bots responsbile for website rankings will be more willing to place your website higher up the search results. Take a moment to read through the best reasons why each website owner should get an SSL certificate.
There is a large number of myths that have appeared around SSL certification. Worse still, they may actually discourage you from purchasing SSL security for your site. The knowledge of general public concerning this topic still appears to be quite small. Therefore, we chose four myths that are especially common on the Internet. Our aim here is to dispel any doubts you might have when considering such an investment.
According to GDPR, each website administrator is held responsible for the data that they actually process. It is, therefore, vital to consider how to protect the server connections in such a way that the data cannot be intercepted by unauthorized individuals, and an administrator does not have to deal with the consequences of such a breach of safety. How can you, a website administrator, protect yourself from being faced with those?
All of the motions concerning Internet safety are becoming increasingly important and popular these days. Users pay more and more attention to the security measures taken in online services aiming at preventing sensitive data leakages (passwords, personal information etc.). One of the most important elements of an online store is an SSL certificate, whose main purpose is to encrypt all the messages exchanged between a server and a user’s Internet browser. What actually is SSL and why is it so important?
At present, when the majority of efficient marketing is conducted online, websites are forced to compete one another in order to win customers. Each company that operates online tries to attract as much clients as it is possible, and it is the most beneficial to them, when these come back to make use of provided services again. The investment in SSL certification is one of the best marketing decisions that may be made. The article below explains why it is so important:
In larger coompanies, there is usually specialized personnel that deals with personal data protection, but not every company can afford that. Because there is the rising need for the knowledge on how to protect personal information of website users efficiently, we decided to pprepare a short guide, where we pointed out the most important and the most effective methods that websites administrtors could introduce from the get-go.
What’s SSL? SSL stands for the English Secure Sockets Layer. It is an encryption technology introduced by the Netscape company in the nineties of the previous century. SSL builds an encrypted connection between an Internet server and the visitor’s Internet browser. It enables you to send private data, while making tapping, data manipulation or message falsification impossible.
In accordance with what was formerly announced, Google released the latest, number 68, edition of their Chrome browser on the 24th of July 2018. With its release, the long-awaited changes concerning the signalization of pages without SSL certification came into operation. At present, upon entering a page unprotected with SSL, the latest Chrome browser will signal it is insecure, and proper information will be displayed next to the location bar of the browser.
Did you know why padlock symbol and green bar appear in your browser? In this short article you will find an explanation: Why the padlock symbol and green bar appear in your browser, and why you should care