Web Security Blog
RELEASE: Wesentra and Mintly join forces
Wesentra Oy and Mintly Holding Oy have signed an agreement on July 1, 2022, whereby Mintly Holding Oy acquires 100% of the share capital of Wesentra Oy. With the acquisition, Wesentra can develop its services even better, and at the same time, the data security and certificate services represented by Wesentra also strengthen Mintly's service selection.Continue reading
Ice fishing season is upon us and identities are getting hooked
Once upon a time there was an internet, that nice place where you can look up information and deal with banking safely. Oh well, we still have an internet, it just isn’t safe any more. Haven’t been for a while.Continue reading
Verified Mark Certificates (VMC) now available via Entrust
Show your registered logo on emails - Get ready for Verified Mark Certificates (VMCs)!Continue reading
What does verification mean?
I am one of Wesentra’s three verification specialists and have been trained and certified by Entrust Datacard. Our job is to find all the information […]Continue reading
The insane world of Phishing
Phishing, is a global, ongoing problem, from which noone is safe anymore. Cyber criminals have an endless supply of means to hook innocent email users. […]Continue reading
Guest post by Hackrfi: Why does one buy commercial certificates, and another ends up with Let’s Encrypt?
The Let’s Encrypt DV certificates still give rise to discussions. Last month we wrote about answering the customer’s question “Can you tell us why we […]Continue reading
“Can you tell us why we should use you and Entrust when we get certs free of charge e.g. from Let’s Encrypt?”
The ICT Manager Teppo Kartano from the city of Rauma sent us a message on Sep-12 2019: “Hi, we had a discussion here about certificates […]Continue reading
Knock knock! Who’s there? A peephole to network traffic is needed.
The new normal has moved more and more people to their home offices. Workspaces have appeared on summer backyard patios, kitchens, basements, closets and bedrooms. […]Continue reading
The maximum life-time of Entrust public certificates will be reduced to 398 days because Apple will change the policy in the Safari browser
Apple informed in the CA/Browser Forum meeting held in Bratislava on week 8 that starting from 1.9.2020 the Safari browser will accept only new SSL […]Continue reading
Who’s afraid of The big bad site – no one soon!
Bad site is not just a bad dream, but reality Back in 2016 I wrote an article under the the title Who’s afraid of the […]Continue reading