AnyDesk hit by hack, certificates have been replaced
AnyDesk was recently hit by a hack on its production systems in which certificates may have been stolen. It is said to not be a ransomware attack. No login credentials were captured, because they are not stored.
According to AnyDesk, after the incident, a security audit revealed that some of the... Read more
Fastly learns from incidents with insecure websites and launches Certainly
Fastly is releasing a TLS Certficiation Authority service. The public availability of the service comes simultaneously with the completion of the acquisition of Domainr.
Certainly is a Transport Layer Security (TLS) Certification Authority service. That is supposed to better secure internet user... Read more
‘One-third of websites still don’t use https encryption’
According to a monthly survey by security researcher Scott Helme, one-third of the largest global websites do not use https encryption.
In his research for November 2021, researcher Scott Helme focuses on techniques that ensure the security of websites. He used a crawler to examine the 1 million... Read more
Let’s Encrypt temporarily solves problems on older Android phones
Let's Encrypt has found a solution to the problem that older Android smartphones will soon no longer trust some websites due to an expired certificate. No action from end users is required.
To solve the problematic TLS certificates, Let's Encrypt and IdenTrust agreed that the latter company woul... Read more
ISC² provides universal cybersecurity certificates
ISC² presents itself as the largest non-profit cybersecurity
membership association in the world. The organisation has more than 140,000
members and provides nine cybersecurity certifications. Techzine recently spoke
with the non-profit organisation to find out exactly what role ISC² plays in
the... Read more