We have successfully delivered the first centralized smartcard signing solution about a year ago. From this week, Windows legacy applications can use smart cards in the cloudContinue reading Smartcard Systems Redesigned
KeyChest has started as an easy to use HTTPS monitoring service. What we are aiming for is a general purpose key management service, which can look after your public as well as internal web encryption keys.Continue reading KeyChest – Unifying Public and Private Keys
This is my second post on the topic of reliable MySQL8 cluster. Hopefully the last one as things look much brighter now.Continue reading MySQL8 Cluster and Networking Problems
Some time ago, we decided to run KeyChest on a database cluster. Once we actually did it, I started doubting wisdom of this decision and it took a few months to get beyond the stability of a single-node MySQL database.Continue reading MYSQL8 and InnoDB Cluster
KeyChest and another 19 of the Brightest Stars of UK Cyber Innovation will compete for the title of the UK’s Most Innovative Small Cyber Security Company and one of 14 exhibition stands at the DCMS Innovation Zone at Infosecurity Europe.Continue reading KeyChest at Pitchfest 2019
A new version of KeyChest for 2019 with Free personal end-to-end monitoring of up to 500 servers. Most preparations went up in smoke but we made it.Continue reading KeyChest supports free web encryption
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.Continue reading How Big is Let’s Encrypt
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.Continue reading Safe Web Security – can it crowdfund?
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.
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.