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One of the most harmful aspects of DV certificates is giving false sense of security to anyone entering their user names and passwords…the “Form Fields” on websites.

When someone enters their private information on a specific website, they think and intend only for that specific website to receive it. The user










Ryan Hurst of Google, who I  agree with in majority of the cases, have put this post where he rightfully argued about the work that needs to be done to make EV certificates more relevant.

I couldn’t agree more! He is spot

Sometimes people fight over same things, because they define them differently.









Cybersecurity, cryptography has come a long way where we use ciphers to protect data and enable encryption. But all these terms are still maturing. That’s why I am writing this blog… put

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Background: There is a type of certificate called DV certificate. These certificates have a positive security indicator, like a Padlock or “Secure” indicator.

Here is an example of a DV certificate enjoying a security indicator..a green “Secure” with a padlock.









Problem: As you probably

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And yes, 85 million plus endpoints are immune to ransomware attacks….proof!!!!!

Recent attack that wrecked havoc in Europe is attributed to a ransomware called Wcry (WannaCry).


Solution to prevent any Ransomware exists, people are unaware of the solution.

How does Ransomware WannaCry work?:

Once on user computer it wants to: 1)Read