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Crypto-agility is critical to your company’s security

By Mike Cooper / July 14, 2020

To achieve long-term data protection in today’s fast-changing and uncertain world, companies need the ability to respond quickly to unforeseen events. Threats like quantum computing are…

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Here’s how CertAccord Enterprise helped solve the expiring certificate problem for a power company

By Mike Cooper / June 11, 2020

Power utilities can’t afford outages – and certainly not from expired certificates. Trying to remember where all your non-Microsoft certificates are located and when they…

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How To Configure GlassFish With Fully Managed TLS Certificates in JKS

By Mike Cooper / June 5, 2020

GlassFish is an open source Java application server from Eclipse. This guide will walk you through the steps of configuring a GlassFish server to use…

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How To Create And Manage Certificates in JKS on Windows, Linux, and MacOS

By Mike Cooper / May 4, 2020

How To Create And Manage Certificates in JKS on Windows, Linux, and MacOS Java applications that use SSL/TLS, provide code signing, document signing, or some…

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How to Detect Expiring Certificates

By Mike Cooper / April 7, 2020

How to Detect Expiring Certificates Elephants and Other Hi-Tech Methods All X.509 digital certificates expire. It’s only a question of time. If you follow best…

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Video: CertAccord Enterprise Management Console Demo

By Mike Cooper / March 10, 2020

CertAccord Enterprise Management Console Demo v4.11 This demonstration covers the CertAccord Enterprise Management Console. CertAccord Enterprise allows you to quickly and easily create X.509 digital…

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Video: Fast and Easy Certificate Creation on Linux from Microsoft ADCS

By Mike Cooper / March 10, 2020

Fast and Easy Certificate Creation on Linux from Microsoft ADCS This demonstration shows how to quickly and easily create X.509 digital certificates on Linux from…

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Why Self-Signed Certificates Are Evil

By Mike Cooper / February 3, 2020

Why Self-Signed Certificates Are Evil Self-signed X.509 digital certificates are often used inside enterprises of all sizes on devices and application servers which use HTTPS. …

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How To Create Trusted X.509 Certificates On MacOS X

By Mike Cooper / August 13, 2019

How To Create Trusted X.509 Certificates On MacOS X Creating trusted enterprise certificates on Apple’s MacOS X has never been easy, but it can be.…

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CertAccord – How To Create Trusted Certificates From Command Line On MacOS X

By Mike Cooper / August 13, 2019

CertAccord – How To Create Trusted Certificates From Command Line On MacOS X Creating a trusted X.509 certificate on Apple’s MacOS X (as well as…

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