DigiCert Blog

  • Tips For Digital Spring Cleaning

    April showers bring May flowers, and also remind us that it’s time for spring cleaning. So as we start cleaning out our basements and filtering through our unnecessary belongings with this change of seasons, it’s important not to skip over our digital junk rooms both at home and at work.…


  • OpenSSL Patches Five Security Vulnerabilities

    Earlier this morning, the OpenSSL project team released two security patches—1.0.2h and 1.0.1t—for five security vulnerabilities discovered in OpenSSL. These two new patches fix one “high” severity and four “low” severity vulnerabilities. None of these bugs affect SSL Certificates. No actions related to SSL Certificate management are required. High Severity…


  • 4 Tips for Avoiding Malware

    In late 2015, Cyphort reported that malvertising had increased by 325% since the previous year. Malvertisements are ads that can infect a user’s computer when they click on the ad. Malvertising is only becoming more and more of a threat for users every day; the attacks are relatively easy to…


  • Ransomware: A Threat On The Rise

    Ransomware—it’s the rampant business wreaking havoc across the globe. With each week, there seems to be a new report about a company getting hit by ransomware, but what exactly makes these attacks so effective? Cybercriminals first identify vulnerabilities that allow access to computer files and then encrypt all the information…