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  1. Replace Your Certificates for Internal Names

    Your publicly trusted SSL Certificates issued to internal names or reserved IP addresses are going to expire by October 31, 2015. After this date, all internal connections that require a publicly trusted certificate must use names/IP addresses that are registered and verifiable. It does not matter if those services are publicly accessible. Halloween may seem…


  2. Four Considerations for Internet of Things

    Connected devices are hitting the market in droves. Gartner estimates there will be 25 billion connected devices by 2020. This means there will be billions of connected devices that are potentially transmitting unencrypted data. When these devices include high-value targets, such as medical devices, high energy devices, and devices containing personal data, the risk of…


  3. Certificate Inspector: Missing Fields

    DigiCert Certificate Inspector is included as part of the CertCentral BETA program DigiCert announced on April 20, 2015. Although Certificate Inspector is not a new certificate management service, it is still essential for assuring that your SSL Certificates are compliant with industry standards and are deployed correctly. Certificate Inspector helps you make sure your certificates…


  4. Certificate Monitoring™ Is Here

    With the launch of Certificate Transparency and the establishment of CT logs by Google and DigiCert, website admins are able to monitor the certificates issued for their domains. Certificate Transparency logs provide oversight for TLS Certificates, monitoring a company’s awareness of its certificate issuance. Although this information is publicly available, Certificate Transparency logs still require…


  5. Certificate Monitoring & Express Install: SSL Management Made Easy

    Today DigiCert announced the opening of our CertCentral BETA program and the rollout of two new, innovative certificate management services: Certificate Monitoring and Express Install. The core features in CertCentral include: Certificate Monitoring: Monitoring gives organizations insight into global certificate issuance in order to prevent unauthorized certificates and prevent fraud. Certificate Inspection: Inspection makes certificate discovery and inventory…