For the past couple of years, there’s been trouble brewing for certain SSL certificates. (If you don’t know, SSL certificates encrypt data sent between web browsers—like Google Chrome, Mozilla’s Firefox, and Apple’s Safari—and servers.) You can easily recognize if a site has a valid SSL certificate by the familiar green padlock in a URL bar. […]
There are many types of trustmarks and badges out there. Some are good, some are less so, and others will actively harm your site and your business. Follow our pointers to make sure you’re doing trustmarks right, and not driving away customers.
We’re making it simpler and easier for visitors rate and review websites using TrustedSite Visitor Ratings. To learn about the new ratings system, and what it means for you, continue reading.
Website forms are often places bad guys can steal or exploit sensitive personal information. Our Google Chrome plugin now tells you whether a form is secure or not.
We’re rolling out a free extension for Google Chrome that lets you know which websites are safe to use, and which you should avoid. Learn how it works and why we did it.
Do you know what it takes to be a McAfee SECURE certified site? Want to know what happens to the trustmark when a site doesn’t pass our tests? This is the post for you.