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A brief overview of SHA-1 certificate and why it will be removed soon
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A few weeks ago, Microsoft and Google announced they will no longer support sites that secure their traffic through SHA-1 certficate. This is as part of an Internet-wide campaign to dispose of weaker encryption, meaning Internet Explorer will stop displaying the lock icon on websites that depend on SHA-1 certificate. 

The letters SHA in SHA-1 stand for Secure Hash Algorithm. To put it simply, SHA-1 is a core component consisting of various technologies that are used to encrypt Internet data transmissions. Because SHA-1 has over the years become extremely weak in protecting online...

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Domino Effect of Cyber Attacks
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The movie Die Hard 4 showed what might happen if a small team of people make a cyber attack on the whole country. A recent study showed that this implausible plot line is not as farfetched as we thought, and that cyber attacks could pose a genuine threat to companies and countries. 

A survey revealed some shocking news

Of the 350 C-level executives and CISOs that were interviewed, over 74% claim cyber attacks on their companies’ networks would create serious damage and destruction. More than 21% admitted they were fearful it might happen at some point in their career. All...

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Domino Effect of Cyber Attacks
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The movie Die Hard 4 showed what might happen if a small team of people make a cyber attack on the whole country. A recent study showed that this implausible plot line is not as farfetched as we thought, and that cyber attacks could pose a genuine threat to companies and countries. 

A survey revealed some shocking news

Of the 350 C-level executives and CISOs that were interviewed, over 74% claim cyber attacks on their companies’ networks would create serious damage and destruction. More than 21% admitted they were fearful it might happen at some point in their career. All...

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