A cipher suite is a set of cryptographic algorithms that plays an indispensable role in implementing data integrity and confidentiality in the SSL/TLS-secured connection. During the SSL handshake, the server and the client exchange a list of supported cipher suites and agree on using one.
AndreaJanuary 10 2023
Root vs intermediate certificates – What is the difference? They are indispensable parts in the chain of trust. Why this chain of trust is considered secure and what role do they play?
AndreaJanuary 5 2023
The SSL/TLS handshake error can be very upsetting, whether you are the user or the site owner. This article explains in detail the SSL/TLS handshake error and how to fix it.
AndreaJanuary 3 2023
Understand the difference between SHA-1, SHA-2 and SHA-256. What is SHA-256 used for and why is it considered secure? A helpful guide.
AndreaDecember 29 2022
Need to remove a root certificate but don’t know how? This article will guide you through the process with clear instructions.
AndreaDecember 22 2022
Experience a “This site can’t provide a secure connection” error? 7 easy ways to fix this issue.
AndreaDecember 15 2022
In this article, NicSRS will tell you the process to get an SSL for an IP address and which CAs’ SSL certificates are recognized to secure IP addresses.
IceyMarch 11 2022
HTTP (or, http://) and HTTPS (https://) are both options for the start of a URL,So what's the difference between them?
CasilleMarch 3 2022
According to CA/Browser Forum’s latest guideline, all trusted SSL/TLS certificates issued by CA will no longer use OU Field from September 1. In order to comply with New Rule, starting July 1st 2022, Sectigo Certificates will deprecate OU Field.
CasiileFebruary 17 2022
The comprehensive guide to SSL Certificates will introduce what the types of SSL certificates are and help you to choose which one is best for you.
CasiileJanuary 25 2022
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