Preventing SHA-1 Vulnerabilities and Outages Caused by Blocked SHA-1 Certificates
Before Venafi: Service interruptions; increased risk of breach; browser blocks reduced trust and tarnished brand.
After Venafi: Rapid discovery of all SHA-1 certificates; full automation of migration, revocation, and validation; brand protected, browser blocks stopped.
SHA-1 deprecation deadlines are rapidly approaching. Organizations are moving quickly to SHA-2 to avoid SHA-1 exploits, browser security warnings, and outages. In fact, migration from SHA-1 to SHA-2 is the leading vulnerability that is currently being addressed using the Venafi platform. Manually migrating certificates is slow and arduous, and can cause service interruptions. But, in the meantime, businesses are losing customers confidence due to browser security warnings. Even worse, browsers will block sites that are still using vulnerable SHA-1 certificates.
Faced with the need to quickly migrate, 81% of Venafi customers are using Venafi to identify all SHA-1 certificates*. To streamline the migration, they are using automated discovery, migration, revocation, and validation. After successfully completing the migration, browser warnings stop—keeping the browser padlock locked, and protecting brand.