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How to Achieve A+ Results in SSLlabs Test

Instructions are for anyone who manages their own server and wants to have the best possible SSL/TLS settings on their server. The instructions will help you no matter if you pay attention to maximal security or if you are simply competitive and want…

Jul 17, 2015 | Jindřich Zechmeister

Web Security

Logjam: How to Solve a Newly Discovered Vulnerability

From the discovery and description of Heartbleed vulnerability, more and more concepts of attacks on SSL/TLS protocol and related cryptography have been appearing regularly. This article focuses on the latest described vulnerability Logjam, which is related…

Jul 17, 2015 | Jindřich Zechmeister

SSL certificates

Ready Issuance – End of Repeated Verification

You must have experienced this before: you buy several certificates a year for your company and every time you do, you get a phone call from an authority verifying you again and again. A certificate authority really does need to verify repeatedly and despite…

Jul 8, 2015 | Jindřich Zechmeister

Web server security

SSL on Apache: How to Gain the Most from Your Certificate

The use of an SSL certificate won't automatically ensure maximum safety for the server's visitors. The HTTPS protocol needs to be set up correctly so that the encryption methods used correspond with the current safety requirements. This article will explain…

May 12, 2015 | Jindřich Zechmeister

Web Security

Certificate Transparency – Protection from Google

Certificate Transparency (further CT) is a function which increases the credibility of certificates. Today we are going to take a closer look at CT, especially its practical side and behaviour in Google Chrome browser.

Apr 20, 2015 | Jindřich Zechmeister