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Friday, 31 March 2017 / Published in Business Industry Lowdown, Uncategorized
Firefox 55, Due In August, Will Require HTTPS for Geolocation A future version of Mozilla’s browser, Firefox 55, which is due out in August, will entirely disable Geolocation on HTTP pages, meaning that you now need HTTPS for Geolocation. Websites without encryption will no longer be able to ask for a user’s location. In Firefox 55,
Tuesday, 28 March 2017 / Published in Business Industry Lowdown, Uncategorized
Lettings ISPs Sell Your Data, Seriously Weakens Existing Consumer Protections. Yesterday, the US Senate voted to undo privacy protections passed during Obama’s administration. The target was an FCC privacy policy that would have required a request for customer permission before letting ISPs sell your data. With the newly passed Senate resolution, that protection is gone, leaving
Tuesday, 21 March 2017 / Published in Business Industry Lowdown, Uncategorized
iOS Apps With Broken Certificate Validation Put User Data at Risk. A group of 76 iOS apps have been found to be vulnerable to a common SSL/TLS misconfiguration which would allow an attacker to steal user data if they were on same network. More than half of the vulnerable apps leaked user login data, 19
Tuesday, 21 March 2017 / Published in Business Industry Lowdown, Uncategorized
Ugly HTTP Extension Makes HTTP Pages Dreary. We are always writing about the ways Google is making HTTPS better and discouraging people from sticking with HTTP. Its latest effort is marking HTTP pages that contain login/credit card forms as “Not Secure.” But what if Google made its treatment of HTTP way more aggressive? That’s exactly
Tuesday, 21 March 2017 / Published in Business Industry Lowdown, Uncategorized
But even if CAB Forum Ballot 185 fails, it may happen anyway. Last week, the Certificate Authority and Browser Forum began voting on a new proposal, CAB Forum Ballot 185, which would limit all SSL certificates to no more than 13 months validity. The CAB Forum is a self-organized industry body that sets many of
Tuesday, 21 March 2017 / Published in Business Industry Lowdown, Uncategorized
A balance needs to be found between security and usability. This week the Certificate Authority and Browser Forum (CAB Forum) is voting on a ballot that would make changes to SSL certificate validity by reducing the lifespan to a maximum of 13 months.  It is extremely unlikely that this will pass – so far 21 out
Tuesday, 21 March 2017 / Published in Business Industry Lowdown, Uncategorized
An In-Form Warning Will Provide Better Protection to Users. We recently reported on the “Not Secure” warning which Google added for any HTTP page that contains a login field or credit card form. Well, if you run a site that is still on HTTP and thought that was bad, the newest version of Google Chrome
Tuesday, 21 March 2017 / Published in Business Industry Lowdown, Uncategorized
Data shows wide-spread use of certificates for phishing This is an open letter to Let’s Encrypt regarding its issuance of certificates containing the word “PayPal.” Within the SSL/Certificate Authority industry, there is an ongoing debate about SSL certificates for malicious websites – the big question is if CAs should be policing the content and nature
Tuesday, 21 March 2017 / Published in Business Industry Lowdown, Uncategorized
Browsers Continue To Add Warnings About Insecure Content. Firefox 52 is out now, and with a new release comes a new warning about HTTP. There is a pattern here: browsers are incrementally adding warnings for HTTP, raising their expectations each month as the web moves further towards a fully-encrypted future. To disable this warning, click
Tuesday, 21 March 2017 / Published in Business Industry Lowdown, Uncategorized
Changes are due to CAB Forum Ballot 169 & CAB Forum Ballot 181 As of March 16th, 2017, Symantec officially rolled out its new changes to its certificate validation procedures. The new Symantec validation procedures mostly affect the DV class of SSL certificates, but also have a very minor effect on OV and EV. These

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