What to do when your browser complains that a website you want to visit has a problem with its certificate security.
Now checks which versions of TLS a server supports, and gives details of its full headers with caching disabled.
A convenient utility to check secure connections under ATS using the nscurl command tool. For El Capitan to Monterey.
Why do we keep having problems with security certificates when they’re just supposed to work? A look at what they do, and they work.
Did you think it was only old Mac OS X affected by the Let’s Encrypt certificate expiry problem? No, it’s Safari wherever you can use it. Here’s how to deal with it.
There’s no shortage of entries, but are they the ones you need, and do they contain the information that’s important? How to change that.
Making your network more secure using software firewalls and SSL inspection can block macOS from functioning properly.
You go to connect to a website at an HTTPS address. When it can’t establish the secure connection you expect, your browser warns you. What do you do next?
Apps which allow you to check for updates and use Sparkle to download and install updates should all now be updated to use secure connections. Are yours?
With new vulnerabilities to be disclosed in secure web (HTTPS) connections, could these be officially exploited in UK government snooping?