Welcome to the Hardenize blog. This is where we will document our journey as we make the Internet a more secure place and have some fun and excitement along the way.
At Hardenize, we're continuing to add new features on our path to the first commercial release. In an earlier blog post we talked about our certificate monitoring capabilities, which are based on network infrastructure scanning. Today, we're taking the next step with the introduction of Certificate Transparency (CT) monitoring. This new feature is enabled for all our early customers. READ MORE »
Today we’re announcing a fun little project, our own security badge you can place on your web site to highlight your good security posture. I say fun, because working this project gave us an excuse to design an awesome-looking badge, but our motivation is really to help raise awareness of the importance of good security and make transparency the norm. READ MORE »
We are delighted to announce Hardenize Certificate Inventory and Monitoring, a significant new feature that we’ve just released. It’s enabled now for all our early customers. Certificate renewal has long been a pain point for organizations of all sizes. It’s rare to find someone who hasn’t had one of their certificates expire before they are replaced. With Hardenize we wish to ensure that never happens to you again. Equally important, we also wish to help you navigate the complex world of PKI. READ MORE »
Google and Mozilla are planning to deprecate all existing Symantec certificates, cutting short their lifetime. This causes a significant operational problem for many organizations who will need to identify all affected certificates and then replace them before they are made invalid. To assist with this process, in Hardenize we’ve added detection of Symantec certificates (all brands) and we now present effective expiration dates. READ MORE »
Today we’re introducing a great new Hardenize feature—public dashboards. They are a great way to apply Hardenize’s complete assessment capabilities to a group of hosts and get a good understanding (quickly!) of what their security is like. We provide a summary page that shows the most important data points, but we also include the complete results for each of the participating sites individually. READ MORE »