Really Simple SSL

Category: SSL

Chrome and Firefox ending support for legacy Symantec certificates

Chrome and Firefox ending support for legacy Symantec certificates From Google Chrome version 66 and Firefox 60 onwards, support for legacy Symantec certificates (certificates issued before 1 June 2016) will be suspended due to a number of issues. If your site uses one of these certificates

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Really Simple SSL and Gutenberg

Gutenberg In the WordPress community a lot is being said about the upcoming release, which includes the new Gutenberg editor. Not all of it very enthusiastic. It is understandable, because so many plugins and themes have built on the current editor, that breaking changes would

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Over 500.000 active installations of Really Simple SSL!

This week I noticed Really Simple SSL has passed half a million active websites, and is download over 2 million times! Pretty cool! So I have to thank you, for supporting Really Simple SSL! We have received 312 reviews, of which 296 are 5 stars.

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What are Secure Cookies?

HTTP cookies are small packets of data stored in your browser. This data may contain sensitive data like passwords or user information and is therefore vulnerable for attacks. To limit vulnerability you can ‘secure’ your cookies by adding specific attributes to the set cookies, making

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Mentions and tagging for Ultimate Member social activity

We just released a cool new plugin on really-simple-plugins.com, UM Tagging, with which you can add @mention or @tagging functionality in Ultimate Member. It is integrated with the Ultimate Member social activity plugin and the Ultimate Member notifications plugin. Just start typing @firstname, or username,

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