2 RESULTS IN TAG "cert-authority":

Wow! CertDB is a free SSL certificate search engine and analysis platform

How many times have you stumbled on the SSL certificate, and the only things that you cared about were Common Name (CN), DNS Names, Dates (issue and expiry)? Do you know SSL certificate can speak so much about you/ your firm? It can tell stories and motives; you can gather a good intelligence from them - which companies are hosting new domains, sub-domains; did they just revoke the last certificate? Or, why some firm switched its vendors/ CA(s)? We all have read that SSL certificates have always been the talk of the town for their inherent strength but weak...
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Restrict Certificate Authorities (CA) to issue SSL certs. Enable CAA record in DNS

It's been a long time since I audited someone's DNS file but recently while checking a client's DNS configuration I was surprised that the CAA records were set randomly "so to speak". I discussed with the administrator and was surprised to see that he has no clue of CAA, how it works and why is it so important to enable it correctly. That made me wonder, how many of us actually know that; and how can it be a savior if someone attempts to get SSL certificate for your domain. What is CAA? CAA or Certificate Authority Authorization...
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