Podcast May 26, 2023
Root Causes 306: Certificate Transparency Logs and Privacy
Certificate Transparency (CT) logs do a lot of good for the WebPKI. They also, however, carry with them some privacy concerns.
Podcast May 13, 2022
Root Causes 223: CT Log-Enabled Attacks on WordPress Sites
Attackers are using CT logs to identify brand new WordPress sites and install malware before upcoming security measures are in place.
Podcast Jan 27, 2022
Root Causes 202 : What Is Certificate Transparency?
Certificate Transparency (CT) is essential to monitoring the public SSL certificates that are issued. We explain CT logs and the uses we can put them to.
Blog Post May 15, 2019
Sectigo Sponsors a Certificate Transparency Log from Let’s Encrypt
Today we announced that Sectigo is sponsoring Let’s Encrypt’s new Certificate Transparency (CT) log "Oak." As Let’s Encrypt’s CT log sponsor, Sectigo makes it economically possible for Let’s Encrypt, a non-profit, to create and maintain a CT log capable of meeting high-volume SSL certificate logging needs.
Press Release May 15, 2019
Sectigo Sponsors Let’s Encrypt Certificate Transparency Log Operation
Sectigo announced its sponsorship of Internet Security Research Group’s (ISRG) Let’s Encrypt, a free, automated, and open CA run for the public’s benefit. The sponsorship covers a large portion of the funding needed for the non-profit to operate a new certificate transparency (CT) log for one year, and aids the broader worldwide security landscape by expanding the number of logs available to CAs.