ssl

SSL-certificates - shorter duration

Shorter duration for SSL certificates: a maximum of 1 year

  • 9 July 2020
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To increase the security of HTTPS connections, SSL certificates will be for a shorter duration: from now on, they will have a maximum validity of 1 year. How does that...

Comodo SSL certificates are now branded Sectigo, but there is more to it than that…

  • 15 March 2019
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It was originally announced that the transition from Comodo to Sectigo SSL certificates would only involve a change of name and logo. However, it now turns out that there has...

Frauduleuze websites sneller offline

Fraudulent websites are taken offline faster

  • 14 January 2019
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In collaboration with the FPS Economy, DNS Belgium will be able to take fraudulent .be websites offline more quickly. What does this measure actually do?  The success of e-commerce also...

Comodo becomes Sectigo

The brand of your SSL certificate undergoes a name change: Comodo is now Sectigo

  • 20 November 2018
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Comodo's SSL certificates are being rebranded as Sectigo. What exactly does this mean for your Comodo certificate? UPDATE: Error messages possible with outdated MacOS Why are Comodo certificates given a...

DNSSEC

From now on, you can enable DNSSEC for your domain name yourself

  • 8 October 2018
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The DNS security extension DNSSEC can, among other things, prevent cybercriminals from redirecting your visitors to fake websites without being noticed, and it also allows your website to achieve a...

A free SSL certificate provided with your hosting or a premium SSL certificate?

New maximum lifetime for SSL certificates: what you should know

  • 20 March 2018
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Since 1 March 2018, the maximum validity period of SSL certificates has been reduced from 39 to a little more than 27 months. What exactly does this mean for you?...

Http sites binnenkort strenger afgestraft in google chrome

No HTTPS for your website? From July, Chrome will warn your visitors!

  • 22 February 2018
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Google is keeping its promises and will soon clearly warn people who use its Chrome browser when they visit a website that is not using HTTPS. So, make sure to...

Symantec warning

Warning: Google will soon distrust Symantec SSL certificates

  • 11 September 2017
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Google really wants to make sure that users keep trusting secure HTTPS sites. Since Google believes that Symantec was not strict enough when issuing SSL certificates, the world’s most popular...

Hosting and domain names in 2017: evaluation

Hosting and domain names in 2017: evaluation

  • 29 May 2017
  • Reading time: 6 min

Now that an increasing number of retailers have turned to e-commerce, all aspects of the digital infrastructure have become essential. These aspects range from hosting to domain names, including SSL...

Help, a data leak! When and how to report it?

Help, a data leak! When and how to report it?

  • 28 March 2017
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Since January 1st 2016, the new “Datalek Meldplicht” act, which obliges organizations to report data leaks, has come into effect in the Netherlands. In Belgium, all telecom operators are already...

Premium SSL certificaten

Should you go for a free Let’s Encrypt certificate or a premium SSL certificate?

  • 25 January 2017
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An encrypted connection has become indispensable for those who want to send data over the Internet. Not only is this solution more secure, but it will also help you achieve...

Free Let’s Encrypt SSL-certificate for Combell clients

  • 12 January 2017
  • Reading time: 2 min

Internet security is becoming ever more important for all of us, including the Combell webhosting customer. At Combell we are persistent in our efforts to take (and keep) the lead...