Threats 25% of European banks lack legitimate digital certificates for online services

As many as a quarter of European banks do not have essential digital certificates to prove that their home pages …

GDPR 86% UK's most-visited websites failing GDPR compliance tests

As many as 86 percent of the top hundred most-visited websites in the United Kingdom are not compliant with GDPR …

News Mozilla forced to postpone distrust of Symantec-issued TLS certificates

Popular Internet browser Mozilla has been forced to postpone its plan of distrusting TLS certificates issued by Symantec Certification Authority …

News Google, Apple & Mozilla to distrust ALL Symantec-issued TLS certificates

Google, Apple, and Mozilla recently announced that they will distrust "ALL" Symantec-chained SSL/TLS certificates later this year, signaling to website …

Information Security Chrome will start marking all non-HTTPS sites as ‘not secure’ from July this year

To protect website visitors from exposure to hackers who routinely exploit poor security protocols in websites with HTTP certificates, Chrome …

Threats Over 72 million credentials stolen from adult content websites by hackers since 2016

Over 72 million account credentials discovered on the Dark Web by security researchers were found to be stolen from popular …

News Security holes in OnePlus’ checkout page compromising customer card details

Security firm Fidus has revealed how OnePlus' lack of PCI compliance and the company's practice of hosting payment card details …

News NatWest to upgrade security of main website following public spat with researcher

NatWest bank has said it will update its main customer-facing websites with HTTPS encryption after initially rebuffing a researcher's concerns …

News Session-replay scripts used by top websites compromising privacy of users

Session-replay scripts used by leading websites are helping them view what users type and how they browse through such sites, …

News StartCom to stop issuing security certificates following industry snub

After it failed to win back the trust of the four major global web browsers, website security certificate issuer StartCom …

News Microsoft bans security certificates issued by Chinese CAs WoSign and StartCom

Microsoft has banned security certificates issued by Chinese CAs WoSign and StartCom, citing several 'unacceptable security practices' followed by the …