Below we have a collection of Blog posts written by our in-house SSL/TLS and Security Experts, and also a collection of guest posters we invite every so often. In addition, you can find guides for installation and configurations, the best ways to secure your systems, fixes to common problems or updates to the industry.
In today's digital age, cyber security threats are becoming more and more subtle, and traditional security measures are no longer enough to protect your business data. That's where Zero Trust comes in; a revolutionary approach to cybersecurity that can help you safeguard your sensitive information from all angles. In this blog post, we'll explore what Zero Trust is, how it works,… [read more →]
Whenever you attempt to access a website with an SSL certificate installed - which is (or ought to be) every website - an operation known as the SSL handshake takes place. During this short period of time, the SSL certificate in question does its job and establishes a safe web server connection between the host (website) and the client (your device). In some cases, however, the … [read more →]
Over the years, Mozilla Firefox has proven itself to be a fast, lightweight, and reliable alternative to Google's own Chrome browser. While it's certainly a stellar tool and an excellent choice for any profile of user, the Firefox browser comes with its own set of error message alerts, warnings, and pop-ups that don't necessarily overlap with any other web browser. The infamous… [read more →]
Also known as the "your connection isn't private" error, net:err_cert_date_invalid is a relatively common SSL certificate error message similar to the err_ssl_protocol_error message we had previously discussed. It comes in a few variations - depending on the specifics causing the problem in the first place - and it signifies a failure to load the website correctly. What is… [read more →]
Whether you read up on them or just ignore them, web browsing errors are indeed a thing, and sometimes they can come up without much in the way of rhyme or reason. Or, at least, that's what it might look like at a glance. An error message is, after all, caused by an error of some sort, and looking into it should be a given. One of the most common SSL connection error examples,… [read more →]