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  • White Papers // May 2012

    How code signing works

    For developers creating software to be distributed via the internet, tampering is a common concern. Software can be modified to include malware, and the software's original, non-malicious author will be blamed for the harm the modified software does. Developers want customers to trust their software. This Thawte white paper shows...

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  • White Papers // May 2012

    Extended validation SSL certificates: a standard for trust

    Many consumers have reservations about trusting websites, which impacts their willingness to complete e-commerce transactions, financial transactions with their banks, and other tasks involving transmission of sensitive information. The growing frequency of web site scams?such as phishing and pharming?creates an atmosphere of fear and uncertainty. This Thawte white paper looks...

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  • White Papers // May 2012

    What is SSL and what are SSL certificates?

    Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificates are widely used to help secure and authenticate communications both on the internet and within organisational intranets. Using SSL certificates on your organisation's web servers means you can securely collect sensitive information online and give your customers and users confidence that their communications with you...

    Provided By Thawte

  • White Papers // May 2012

    What is SSL and what are SSL certificates?

    Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificates are widely used to help secure and authenticate communications both on the internet and within organisational intranets. Using SSL certificates on your organisation's web servers means you can securely collect sensitive information online and give your customers and users confidence that their communications with you...

    Provided By Thawte

  • White Papers // May 2012

    How code signing works

    For developers creating software to be distributed via the internet, tampering is a common concern. Software can be modified to include malware, and the software's original, non-malicious author will be blamed for the harm the modified software does. Developers want customers to trust their software. This Thawte white paper shows...

    Provided By Thawte

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Extended validation SSL certificates: a standard for trust

    Many consumers have reservations about trusting websites, which impacts their willingness to complete e-commerce transactions, financial transactions with their banks, and other tasks involving transmission of sensitive information. The growing frequency of web site scams?such as phishing and pharming?creates an atmosphere of fear and uncertainty. This Thawte white paper looks...

    Provided By Thawte