I'm working with the registry for .wiki, a new generic top level domain set for public availability in June 2014. We're going to be giving away hosted wikis to registrants of .wiki domains and I'd ...
Suppose, a server hosts https://www.master.com/ and thus is equipped with a (single domain) SSL certificate. Furthermore, suppose there are some web apps below master.com: ...
With the proliferation of low-cost automated CAs what can be done to mitigate the attack of someone doing a spear phishing attack to get a login to our webmail system, then using an automated service ...
I'm using PHP and trying to verify a SSL certificate belongs to the SMTP domain/IP I'm connecting to. Currently I can verify the certificate is valid using the following code $resource = fsockopen( ...
If I purchase a domain name that has expired, do I have any assurance that the previous owner does not have a valid HTTPS certificate for the site? In other words, do CAs check domain name expiration ...
I can understand why one might desire to purchase a certificate for multiple years but I am left wondering why it appears to be possible to obtain a valid certificate for a domain that may have come ...
With the recent conspiracy theories around the registrar MarkMonitor Inc., the question arises, if DNSSEC protects against a registrar going malicious (or being attacked). This is especially ...