SSL (Secure Socket Layer)/ TLS (Transport Layer Security) certificates are digital security certificates, which secure all communications made on the internet with robust encryption. Communication on the internet is made between 2 parties, i.e. browser and server.
Almost 72% of the network traffi
Your email messages may be safe on the web server, but what about your in-transit emails? Did you know that your emails can be intercepted during transmission? So, while exchanging sensitive information, one must encrypt the email content along with the attachments. If you are now wondering how to e
When you decide to use encryption for the security of data in your enterprise, one of the first choices that you face is that of encryption strength. There are many options available, with the most popular ones being 128-bit, 192-bit and 256-bit encryption. Of course, the safest among them is 256-bi
Technology makes our lives easier and allows us to stay connected with our friends and family. However, as technology progresses, we are also faced with fraudulent SMSs that are difficult to distinguish from the normal ones. Studies show that at 5 billion people in the world can send or receive SMSs
Public key encryption is a cryptography method that leverages two different keys, known as keypair. The private key is kept separately and the other one; the public key is shared publicly. However, both the keys are closely related to each other. Only the private key can decrypt the data encrypted b
If your website is showing an error like the image shown above, your mind may be going through a lot of questions. You may be thinking what does invalid certificate mean, whether my site has been hacked, what did I do wrong, and how to fix this issue at the earliest. Most of the time this error appe
What is the difference between SSH and SSL? Many people get confused between SSH and SSL, and it is quite understandable. Both are security protocols that can help safeguard data from one endpoint to another.
Moreover, their names have two similar letters to add to the ambiguity.
But SSH and S
When you buy SSL certificate but not properly install and you are start facing SSL certificate/HTTPS errors and security warning on Google Chrome. Seeing “net::err_cert_common_name_invalid” error code while trying to log in to your website is one of them, as shown in the image below.