How to build trustworthy apps... without scaring your users away?

The explosive growth in mobile apps and devices has triggered an increase in mobile security risks. As a consequence, users become more vigilant when deciding which apps to trust and which ones are best left untouched. Whether you build your own applications, or use them to run your day-to-day business, your users demand trustworthy apps! But how do you do… Read more

What is the Heartbleed bug? On Monday April 7th, security researchers from Google and the Finnish company Codenomicon reported the so-called Heartbleed bug. Heartbleed is a flaw in OpenSSL, a software library implementing the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) / Transport Layer Security (TLS) security protocol. SSL/TLS is widely used to protect communication via websites, e-mail, instant messaging, etc. It can be recognized… Read more

In order to protect user accounts against unauthorized access by hackers, more and more companies are adding an extra layer of security to their online applications called “two-factor authentication“. Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Twitter and Tumblr… the list of technology companies deploying two-factor authentication security is growing each day. But how does two-factor authentication really work? Here’s a short movie we… Read more

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HeartBleed OpenSSL Bug

On Monday April 7th, security researchers reported the so-called Heartbleed bug in OpenSSL, which is a cryptographic library implementing the SSL/TLS security protocol. With this communication we want to explain how this bug relates to MYDIGIPASS.COM and present the actions we have already taken and are taking to protect our customers. What is the Heartbleed bug? The Heartbleed bug is… Read more