In Part 2 of our HTTPS Everywhere series we explained the differences between the different types of certificates. In this part we’ll explain how you can buy a certificate from a Certificate authority. You should choose a Certificate Authority which is trusted by both current and older browsers/operating systems for maximum compatibility. These include, but are not limited to: You can view daily updated reports of the market shares of the leading Certificate Authorities at http://w3techs.com/technologies/overview/ssl_certificate/all Because of better pricing …
How to Fix DROWN security bug in OpenSSL
A new security hole DROWN has been discovered in the OpenSSL library which is used by websites to offer https versions of their sites.
Choosing the best HTTPS certificate (HTTPS Everywhere – Part 2)
Buy the best HTTPS certificate for your site with our overview of the most used https certificates: standard, wildcard, EV and more!
HTTPS Everywhere – Do you need a secure website? (Part 1)
HTTPS encrypts the communication between a browser and your server. Implement https on your website to protect your visitors, improve performance and boost your Google Search engine visibility!