5 posts • joined 24 Oct 2014
and not a mention of Protx, which is sad......
Very good for live systems. But why on earth do companies like the payment processors insist on the highest levels of certificates for testing and development purposes? It just imposes additional development costs.....
Same sort of thing when you try to logon to the aged if.com with Firefox.
Surprising that a bank seems to fail every SSL vulnerability known to man.......
Queen Elizabeth also sent a message, unsolicited, to all ARPANET users in 1976. She could be the first ever spammer too. http://www.wired.com/2012/12/queen-and-the-internet/
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