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  1. OpenSSL Patches a “High” Severity Security Vulnerability

    Earlier this morning, OpenSSL released a security patch to fix a new vulnerability discovered in OpenSSL versions 1.0.2 and 1.0.1. This patch fixes one high severity vulnerability, which primarily affects clients. This bug does not affect private keys for DigiCert SSL Certificates, and no action related to certificate management is required. During certificate verification, OpenSSL (starting…


  2. Where Is Your Private Key?

    Where is your private key? If you aren’t sure, we explain how you can keep it safe, locate it when needed, or create a new one below. Keeping Your Private Key Safe Certificate Authorities (CAs) don’t have access to your private key—nor should they—because private keys are generated on the user level and on your server…