How Big is Let’s Encrypt

Category : security

I have looked into this some time ago, when I researched the global market of web encryption. I used market research reports and arrived to the number of 80%. This time, I had a look at the data from KeyChest monitoring.

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Safe Web Security – can it crowdfund?

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Category : security

I wanted to try it for a while – a crowdfunding campaign. The most important challenge for me was to write a story that would be easy to understand and sufficiently interesting for people investing in crowd funding projects.

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Estonia Hits Gemalto Again – Insecure eID cards

Category : security

When we researched impacts of the ROCA vulnerability, the Estonian government limited the impact with a cut-off date. ROCA only applied after that date. It now appears that Gemalto had another problem before that cut-off date.

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Expanding KeyChest For Increasing Usage

Category : keychest

We have upgraded the KeyChest infrastructure to serve the growing user base. It is the first step for our new version, with real-time notifications, internal certificate monitoring, automated renewals, and faster discovery of new certificates.

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Automate certificate monitoring with free API – KeyChest

Our certificate monitoring KeyChest has an initial RESTful API for remote enrolment of new certificates and for checking certificate expiry. Its design supports automation without any initial security/authorization setup.

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Amazon AWS – we got caught out by CPU credits

Category : keychest

Amazon is pretty good at providing a cloud platform with all the tools and infrastructure you may possibly need without looking into the small print. CPU credits are an exception.

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