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Non-HTTPS websites will lose on Christmas sales

December 6th, 2017 

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Mozilla

New update out - DigiCert’s Proposed Purchase of Symantec’s CA

November 9th, 2017 

Mozilla’s Root Store Program has taken the position that trust is not automatically transferable between organizations.

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Google Chrome 

September 25th, 2017
October 24, 2017 Google going to mark HTTP sites ’NOT SECURE’: Are you prepared?

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Symantec Distrust 

August 17th, 2017
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Enhanced Security for Code Signing Business certificates

January 25th, 2017

 All new Code Signing orders after January 30, 2017 will include a USB token to store the certificate and protect the private key. A stronger private key protection!

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Educational Flow

December 20th, 2016.
TRUSTZONE has an important mission – we will prepare you for a even more secure future together with TRUSTZONE. Explore the SSL universe by our new Educational Flow and join our webinars powered by GlobalSign.

Curious?  

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SSL Alert

December 20th, 2016.
Wouldn’t it be nice to get notified whenever any new update or standard is launched which may affect your business' security? That’s why TRUSTZONE has created SSL Alert.

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Important update regarding TRUSTZONE EV SSL certificates

October 28th, 2016. As a TRUSTZONE customer, we would like to notify you of an upcoming Intermediate CA change. Starting October 31th, 2016, TRUSTZONE EV SSL certificates will be issued from a new Intermediate CA, as part of a regular CA lifecycle management.

What you need to be aware of:
Customers having a TRUSTZONE EV SSL certificate issued prior to October 31th, 2016, that do not require a reissue or a renewal, are not required to take any action.

New TRUSTZONE EV SSL Certificates (including certificates being re-issued or SAN updated) after October 31th 2016, will be issued from the new EV SSL SHA256 Intermediate CA, which you’ll need to install on the platform hosting your certificate.

The new EV SSL SHA256 Intermediate CA is issued from the GlobalSign SHA256 R3 Root CA, which is pre-installed in all major browsers, operating systems, and server software. If you have any questions to this announcement, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

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Dear valued TRUSTZONE customer

Our partner GlobalSign has released a full incident report to provide disclosure on the Certificate Revocation Issue that occurred Thursday last week. The Incident Report includes details of what happened and information to help clarify the issue for you and/or your customers.

Please find a copy of the incident report at: GlobalSign 13 October 2016 Incident Report

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience or disruption to your business and services our certificate revocation issue may have caused. In response to the incident, TRUSTZONE will start offering free backup certificates from an independent CA. Contact your Account Manager at TRUSTZONE for more information.

We will continue to update our troubleshooting guide and FAQs. Please find our support documentation below for your convenience.

If you have any questions or comments regarding this matter, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Important information

Oct 14, 2016. GlobalSign has experienced an internal process issue. While we have identified the cause, we deeply apologise for the problems this is causing you.

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Important update regarding TRUSTZONE EV SSL certificates

Oct 10, 2016. As of the October 31th, 2016, TRUSTZONE EV SSL certificates will be issued from a SHA256 Root CA. The SHA256 EV SSL Root CA Powered by GlobalSign will allow the entire CA chain to be signed from a SHA256 hashing algorithm, in order to comply with industry and CA/B Forum standards.

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In beginning of January 2017 big changes by Google Chrome is happening

Sept 12, 16. Read here how Google Chrome will be labeling HTTP pages as NOT SECURE. So what to do? Secure your website with HTTPS using a SSL Certificate. Read the guide 'How to choose the right Certificate' here https://www.trustzone.com/ssl-guide

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RC4 is now disabled by default for Microsoft Browsers

Aug 13, 2016. Microsoft will soon remove support for the weak RC4 cipher in its browsers, but have you disabled RC4 on your server? Find out now, by running a test at trustzone.ssllabs.com 

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LEDGE IS POWER.

The LinkedIn hack of 2016

June 25, 2016. Here we go again! In 2012, Russian hackers attacked LinkedIn, stealing 6.5 million user accounts including emails and passwords.

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Six threats against cyber security in 2016 that you should know about

Feb 5, 2016. Hackers and cyber criminals are constantly changing their modus operandi, keeping them one-step ahead of their victims. That is why it is paramount, that you stay up to date with the latest ‘trends’ in the hacker industry.  

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TRUSTZONE now
supports ECC CSR 

June 18, 2015. TRUSTZONE now supports certificates generated from ECC CSR files.

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Changes to SHA1 SSL certificates

Nov 17, 2014. TRUSTZONE will be removing the 2 and 3 year options when ordering SHA-1 SSL Certificates.

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OpenSSL heartbleed bug

Nov 1, 2014. The Heartbleed Bug is a new threat which has been reported by Codenomicon and Google. Heartbleed attacks the heartbeat extension (RFC 6520) implemented in OpenSSL.

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Poodle vulnerability in SSL 3.0

Oct 14, 2014. A new vulnerability was disclosed in the SSL 3.0 protocol labelled Poodle (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption).

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Google warnings about SHA1

April 7, 2014. Google has released a new policy to degrade websites that utilise a SHA1 Certificate in its user interface.

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Transitioning to SHA256 certificates 

March, 31, 2014. TRUSTZONE enables and recommends SHA256 during the SSL ordering.

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Internal server names restriction 

Nov 1, 2014. TRUSTZONE will only allow certificate requests containing Internal Server Name, to be issued or re-issued with the end date October 31th, 2015.

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GlobalSign deepens existing partnership

June 25, 2013. GlobalSign announced that it has made a minority share investment in TRUSTZONE.

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