Article category: SSL

Symantec SSL certificates distrusted by Google Chrome 66

by Daniel - 28.03.2018

Owners of Symantec SSL certificates (as well as those of its subsidiaries) will need to replace their certificates come April 17th when Google Chrome 66 begins issuing a big scary red warning to users that your site is distrusted. EuroDNS customers? No worries! You're good to go with our trusted GlobalSign SSL certificates! 

Avoiding Chrome 68 security warning with an SSL certificate

by Daniel - 19.02.2018

Your site's running without an SSL certificate? Beware. Google’s Chrome 68 is about to begin slapping a “not secure” warning on all non-encrypted HTTP websites so visitors know lack of HTTPS encryption poses a security risk. With Chrome 68’s impending arrival, the countdown is on to get your SSL certificate.  

EU data protection regulation: tips to ensure GDPR compliance

by Daniel - 13.02.2018

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) will give individuals more control over their personal data and simplify privacy regulations across the EU. To avoid penalties, all businesses, even those outside the EU, will need to update their data protection practices. Tips for becoming GDPR compliant and how we can help!   

Add DNS Alias and CAA records for more domain name control

by Daniel - 22.01.2018

Our new DNS infrastructure enables you to access two important record types. CAA records allow domain holders to decide who can issue SSL certificates for a domain name. And Apex Alias provides a way to get around root domain CNAME restrictions. Check out how they work and how you can set them up!    

E-commerce security tips for a safer holiday shopping season

by Daniel - 27.11.2017

The holiday season is here which means it's show time for online retailers. You’ve likely spent the past several months preparing for this crucial period: planning promos, campaigns, ad channels. But have you taken all necessary steps to provide e-commerce security that keeps customers safe from hackers? Better double check!

HTTPS: a new enforcement by Google. SEO managers beware!

by Daniel - 15.02.2017

“NOT SECURE!” Google’s Chrome 56 is now penalising websites with non-secure HTTP connections. Websites requiring users to transmit credit card information and passwords must be using a SHA-2 SSL certificate. If you haven't gotten around to buying (or updating) your certificate, your HTTPS SEO will be impacted. 

Online security and password protection: hacker proof!

by Meg - 26.09.2016

Hackers attack for many reasons; political agenda, they want your domain name, they’re after your cash, they want to damage your company’s reputation. Or they're eager to find out what the FBI’s up to…