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TRUSTZONE is a leading Scandinavian IT security company, who focuses on identity and trust services.
TRUSTZONE is a leading Scandinavian IT security company, who focuses on identity and trust services.

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WITHOUT AN SSL CERTIFICATE YOU WILL LOSE PART OF YOUR CHRISTMAS SALES

Scandinavian consumers want security when shopping online. Make sure your business won't lose potential Christmas sales - get an SSL certificate.

https://www.trustzone.com/non-https-websites-will-lose-christmas-sales-get-ssl-certificate
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We’ve hired a new colleague to our busy vetting team. WELCOME. Check out TRUSTZONE Managed SSL - we do pre-vetting of domains so you can issue digital certificates – whenever you want and instantly! With a larger vetting capacity, we are ready to issue even more certificates.

https://www.computerworld.dk/navnenyt/person/6751
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Important Information - Clearing the Confusion about Google's Proposal to Distrust Symantec Certificates.
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Google Chrome going to mark HTTP sites ’NOT SECURE’: Are you prepared?

From around October 24, 2017 Google will launch Chrome 62, and in this browser version the ‘NOT SECURE’ warning message will appear on all HTTP pages when the user starts entering data in any input form.
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BLIV DEL AF ET UNGT, HÅRDTARBEJDENDE OG DYNAMISK TEAM?
TRUSTZONE søger en Account Manager Small Business til verdensklasse håndtering af vores kunder med SSL certifikater og andre digitale certifikater. Ansøg allerede i dag.
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Please welcome our two new team members of TRUSTZONE sales department. Read the announcement in Computerworld, https://www.computerworld.dk/navnenyt/firma/trustzone-a-s. But we hire even more people. So if you have senior level experience with Salesforce and is a damn good IT developer - please read the job vacancies here, https://www.trustzone.com/nyt-job-som-it-udvikler-hos-trustzone and feel free to share our word by following us here on LinkedIn. Many thanks.
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We TRUST that you will have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Spread the joy of Christmas and follow TRUSTZONE in 2017. https://www.linkedin.com/company/trustzone-a-s
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September 23rd, 2016



Important update regarding TRUSTZONE EV SSL certificates:

As a TRUSTZONE customer, we would like to notify you of an upcoming Root CA change, that may have an impact on your TRUSTZONE EV SSL certificate.

As of the October 31th, 2016, TRUSTZONE EV SSL certificates will be issued from a SHA-256 Root CA. The SHA-256 EV SSL Root CA Powered by GlobalSign will allow the entire CA chain to be signed from a SHA-256 hashing algorithm, in order to comply with industry and CABForum standards.

What you need to be aware of:

Existing TRUSTZONE EV SSL certificates issued prior to October 31th, 2016, that do not require a reissue or renewal, will not be required to take any action.

New TRUSTZONE EV SSL Certificates (including certificates being re-issued or SAN up-dated) after October 31th 2016, will be issued from the SHA-256 Root CA. The SHA-256 Root CA is pre-installed in all major browsers, operating systems, and server software, and should not require any further actions. If needed, the Root CA can be downloaded from our support section:

Link https://www.trustzone.com/ev-ssl-root-ca-sha-2-edition-orders-october-31th-2016

If you have any questions to this announcement, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Kind regards,

TRUSTZONE A/S
Langebrogade 5
1411 Copenhagen K
Denmark

support@trustzone.com
sales@trustzone.com

+45 88 33 10 00
www.trustzone.com
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https://security.googleblog.com/2016/09/moving-towards-more-secure-web.html

In beginning of January 2017 big changes by Google Chrome is happening. Read here how Google Chrome will labeling HTTP pages as NOT SECURE. So what to do? Secure your website with HTTPS using a SSL Certificate. Read the guide 'How to choose the right Certificate' here https://www.trustzone.com/ssl-guide



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http://news.softpedia.com/news/microsoft-deprecates-rc4-support-in-edge-and-internet-explorer-507168.shtml
Microsoft will soon remove support for the weak RC4 cipher in its browsers, but have you disabled RC4 on your server?
Find out now, by running a test at https://www.trustzone.com/ssl-labs
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