A group of self-selected researchers used CT logs to seek out syntactical errors among EV SSL certificates recently. Examples of syntactic errors include a misspelled city/state, registration of jurisdiction including the applicant’s city/state or the inclusion of a value in a field that should be left blank. Unfortunately, when such syntactic errors are found, CA/Browser […]
Month: October 2019
SSL common name mismatch error explained
What Is an SSL Common Name Mismatch Error? In the event there is a common name mismatch error when you land on your website, then the common name or SAN on your SSL Certificate does not match the domain or address bar in the browser. The message that appears will depend on the browser being used. Google […]
Digital Signature – what is it and how does it work?
A Digital Signature is a form of online encryption that ensures a message does not have its contents altered or tampered with during transit. It is the most secure and advanced form of electronic signature available. When your server digitally signs information it sends, it adds a one-way hash using the public and private key pair. This means that […]