From July 24 Google Chrome will mark all websites, without a valid SSL certificate, directly and immediately visible to every user as unsafe. Thus Google warns very clearly and consistently against the danger and the resulting risks of an unencrypted connection.
With the release of the Chrome browser version 68 in July 24 of this year, a “Not-Secure” warning is displayed in the Chrome browser bar for each web page that does not use a valid SSL certificate.
Initiative to Help Thousands of Websites Stay Operational as Google Distrusts Certain SSL Certificates with next Release
CertCenter, an independent certificate management company, and Comodo CA, a worldwide leader in digital identity solutions, have joined forces to help customers keep their websites operational in the wake of Google’s plan to distrust certain TLS/SSL certificates, starting with the release of Chrome 66. Continue reading
RSA Conference 2018 is approaching fast, and we’re excited to attend that event. Meet our Team in person in the week of the RSA Conference (April, 16th-20th) in San Francisco, CA. Please feel free to complete the form below, including your preferred time to meet: Continue reading
To meet our growing customer demands to provide solutions from a variety of trusted Certification Authorities(CA), we welcome one of the world’s largest TLS/SSL certificate providers, Comodo CA , as a new participant in our CA Partner Program and a strategic partner of CertCenter AG. Continue reading
We would like to invite you to the WorldHostingDays 2017. This event takes place at the Europa-Park in Rust, Germany, March 25th-31th 2017, with more than 6,500 participants and160 exhibitors from all over the world.
As part of continuous improvement to our systems, we are disabling support for TLS 1.0 in our systems. Only TLS 1.1 and 1.2 will be supported going forward. This is in accordance with Industry practice for improved security. If you are a user of CertCenter Extranet, please make sure that your browser supports TLS 1.1/1.2. If you use our APIs, please make sure that your systems access the API over TLS 1.2 (at least TLS 1.1).
We anticipate this update will be made on the following dates:
- Production – 1st August 2016, 8am Pacific Standard Time (PST)
This post will give our reader a brief overview in our work in the Hosting & CDN environment. It will outline how SSL/TLS automation can be implemented secure, is cost-neutral, and compliant to small and medium hosts: Continue reading
We are launching some awesome new products!
In celebration of these new products, we would like to invite you to the WorldHostingDays 2016. This event takes place at the cozy Europa-Park in Rust, Germany, March 15th-17th 2016, with more than 6,000 participants and160 exhibitors from all over the world.
The CertCenter RESTful API was developed to grant easier access to CertCenter resources. It’s simpler than the CertCenter XML/SOAP API, and also grants third party developers access to CertCenter resources. To do this, we exclusively use authentication via OAuth2 in our CertCenter RESTful API. This may sound complicated; but here’s how it works: Continue reading
After the expansion of our IT infrastructure and the recent layout enhancements of the CertCenter Certificate Manager in Q2+Q3, we plan to integrate new cutting edge features into our system. These new features will improve both your recurring administrative tasks as well as your infrastructure security.
Qualys SSL Labs Integration
As announced on Twitter a few days ago, we’ve integrated the popular Qualys SSL Labs Ranking into CertCenter. With just a few clicks you can display the corresponding servers most recent ranking in the list of your SSL/TLS Certificates. This way you can see if any action is required.
Manual (re-)checking of all of your servers on ssllabs.com is now obsolete. Administrators can save time and increase the security of their IT infrastructure with a simple glance at the CertCenter Dashboard.
CertCenter customer and partners can obtain the ssllabs related reports either through the web-based CertCenter Manager, through the CertCenter XML/SOAP API, or CertCenter RESTful API.
The Ranking can be displayed by clicking the symbol in the overview of your certificates.