Below we have a collection of Blog posts written by our in-house SSL/TLS and Security Experts, and also a collection of guest posters we invite every so often. In addition, you can find guides for installation and configurations, the best ways to secure your systems, fixes to common problems or updates to the industry.
Major website security breaches are, sadly, more common than most users might imagine. Here are a few of them that you might not have heard about! Data breaches are a common concern in this day and age. Depending on how prominent your business is on the Internet, odds are good that some malicious elements would love to breach your security and extract as… [read more →]
Attempting to establish a hybrid workplace but have security concerns? Fret not: SSLTrust can help you successfully navigate this complex issue. It's difficult to overstate the sheer disruption of the world that was brought about by COVID-19. It feels like the pandemic led to changes both big and small in virtually every aspect of daily life, and it's particularly… [read more →]
Description: It's widely recognized that SSL certs boost your domain trustworthiness, but how does that work? Learn the important beats, quick and easy! As oblique as it might sound at first, domain trust is the single most important signifier of a website's value in the given search engine result pages. Search engines grade domains depending on the perceived amount of… [read more →]
Description: Not sure if you need an SSL certificate for your website? Here are some extremely convincing reasons to get SSL certificates, and fast! As ubiquitous as SSL certificates might be in this day and age, quantifying their specific boons isn't always easy. An ideal SSL certificate doesn't really make itself known, after all, and an SSL certificate's… [read more →]
Don’t worry about ciphers… if you’re using TLS 1.3 If you’re in the enviable position to be fully in control of your endpoints, TLS 1.3 is secure by default. The protocol deprecates a lot of technologies supported in earlier protocols solely for backwards compatibility. Additionally, in earlier versions of TLS, your cipher list must have been carefully curated in order to support perfect forward secrecy… [read more →]