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28 Results for 'domain'
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By Bruce Morton

October 18, 2016

How would you know if there have been any unauthorized SSL certificates issued for your domain? How can you protect your domain name and the people who use your web site from this happening? The CT Search tool makes it quite simple. 
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By Bruce Morton

August 27, 2013

This certificate is sometimes called unified communications certificate (UCC), multi-domain certificate or multi-SAN certificate. In this posting, we will call them UCC or UC certificate.
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By Bruce Morton

October 08, 2013

Are you an SSL certificate owner that has SSL certificates that protect non-registered domains? What are non-registered domains?
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By Bruce Morton

February 21, 2019

The CA/Browser Forum continues to improve domain name validation for SSL/TLS certificates.
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By Bruce Morton

August 31, 2018

In this blog we will discuss how DNS names or domain names are validated for trust.
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By Bruce Morton

January 25, 2019

To use Method 13, DNS administrators will have to set up a DNS CAA Email Contact associated with their domain name.
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By Bruce Morton

January 17, 2019

The use of underscore characters is a little confusing. Underscore characters are not permitted in domain names in accordance with RFC 1035, which only allows letters, digits and hyphens.
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By Chris Bailey

August 21, 2018

Entrust Datacard announces the successful transition from Method 1 domain name validation to comply with Baseline Requirement - Ballot 218 established by the CA Browser Forum.
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By Bruce Morton

July 17, 2014

Learn how to gain better Certificate transparency over your domains. Effective December 2014, Entrust will be deploying Certificate Transparency which means that all EV SSL certificates will include the signed certificate timestamp (SCT) and will be logged in a public and all existing non-expired EV SSL certificates will be submitted to Google to be included in a public log. Google has determined there will be no privacy for EV SSL certificates using internal domain names. All certificates will be logged with complete contents.
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By Entrust Datacard

June 17, 2015

As cybersecurity researchers and law enforcement agencies alike have been working to invent new ways to prevent cybercrime and identity theft, myriad new technologies have been created to try and combat the problem. But recently, one has started to rise above the rest. Biometrics are not a new concept, but until recently remained within the domain of top secret spy movies and major corporations protecting billion dollar assets.
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