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Browsers Will Block Sites Using Old Versions of TLS

Starting in March 2020, all the major web browsers—Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Edge—will display warnings when users visit websites that only support Transport Layer Security (TLS) versions 1.0 or 1.1. Users will be unable to visit those sites.

Tls, Browser Security, Ssl Security

Make It Harder to Phish One-Time Passcodes Sent Over SMS

A proposal that would standardize the format of SMS messages being used in two-factor authentication schemes has a simple goal: make users relying on those one-time passcodes less susceptible to phishing attacks.

Sms, Sms 2fa, 2 Factor Authentication, 2fa, Browser Security, Phishing

Mozilla, Google Crack Down on Malicious Browser Extensions

Google and Mozilla over the past few weeks have taken steps to remove problematic extensions and add-ons that steal user data and execute remote code.

Browser Security

eGobbler Malvertising Campaign Targets Safari, Chrome Users

eGobbler Malvertising Campaign Targets Safari, Chrome Users

Browser Security, Vulnerability, Malvertising

Proposal to Make HTTPS Certificate Expire Yearly Back on the Table

The question about shortening the validity period for TLS certificates is back in front of the CA/Browser Forum again. CAs still oppose it and browser makers are still for it.

Ssl Certificates, Certificate Authority, Browser Security, Cryptography