Proliferation of SSL/TLS certificates on the Dark Web impacting Internet’s trust factor

Proliferation of SSL/TLS certificates on the Dark Web impacting Internet’s trust factor

Proliferation of SSL/TLS certificates on the Dark Web impacting Internet's trust factor

In May last year, the PCI Security Standards Council asked all e-commerce platforms and those carrying out transactions online to migrate from existing SSL/early TLS protocols to a more secure TLS v1.2 or higher, stating that SSL/early TLS were no longer considered secure forms of encryption for payment card data.

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