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  1. Best Customer Reactions to “the DigiCert Difference”

    For the last decade, DigiCert has provided security to enterprises in more than 180 countries and earned our reputation as a leading Certificate Authority. In addition, our customer service has earned DigiCert the only 5-star rating of any Certificate Authority on SSLShopper. We pride ourselves on our outstanding customer service and work hard on what…


  2. Patch Tuesday: WinShock Vulnerability

    Today, as part of Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday, a vulnerability was announced that could allow remote code execution on a large number of Windows platforms, including Windows server platforms. Currently known as ‘WinShock,’ this security flaw (MS14-066) is a vulnerability in the Microsoft Secure Channel (Schannel) security package. Administrators are being urged to patch immediately even…


  3. Supporting the Anonymous Use of Facebook via Tor

    Friday, Facebook announced that the popular social network will be available to users of the Tor anonymizing browser. To eliminate warnings that might prevent users from accessing the .onion service, help users identify the service, and help reduce the likelihood of spoofing attacks, DigiCert issued a digital certificate to Facebook’s .onion address. DigiCert supports the…


  4. The Next Generation of SecureWiFi Certificates Is Here

    Secure WiFi Certificate

    Because of DigiCert’s reputation as a leading security authority and promoter of industry standards and improvements, we have been selected by the Wi-Fi Alliance to provide Online Sign-Up (OSU) server certificates, or DigiCert SecureWiFi Certificates. DigiCert SecureWiFi Certificates DigiCert has been authorized by the WiFi Alliance as the major Certificate Authority to provide SecureWiFi Certificates.…