Most of us are aware of\u00a0the padlock system by which we know if a connection to an online bank, shop, or webmail provider is secure. The Website address is also prefixed by https:\/\/, which provides another clue for better and secure browsing in entire Cloud HTTPS (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure) which give us\u00a0trustworthiness\u00a0 of safe and secure browsing will no more secure anymore,You says what the hell I am taking,\u00a0but it\u2019s absolutely true ! now we can\u2019t trust any of the HTTPS connection. HTTPS connections are the most trusted ones as per all the Internet users, but due to some of the foolish\/careless CA\u2019s ( Certificate Authorities ), now the secure protocol is in danger. Recently some hackers group hacked in to the\u00a0COMODO--the second largest CA in the world--\u00a0certificate authority and issued some fake certificates on the name of Google, Microsoft, Yahoo etc,Now onward we can't trust on HTTPS until the problem get resolved. Actually this\u00a0incidence happen\u00a0 in March a \u00a0hacker group called Ich Sun accessed the computer systems for Comodo and used its systems to\u00a0issue frudulent certificates for Google, Yahoo, Skype, and Hotmail, amongst others. These certificates could be used to make a fake site look legitimate(Phishing). The certificates were quickly revoked once the hack was discovered, and Microsoft\u00a0issued an update to ensure that Windows users weren\u2019t fool,and let's see how the CA's can give answer to this problem. Fake Certificates issuer \u00a0may use some spoofing techniques \u00a0along with SSL certificates and \u00a0easily\u00a0bluff the people to show a phishing site as a legitimate one. Now all the option we have left is while doing any transactions check everything is in proper way or not ?, or else you may lose your personal and financial info. which \u00a0may be\u00a0disaster for you :( Google also started \u00a0to\u00a0tolerate\u00a0this certificate thefts\u00a0issue\u00a0using DNSSEC,which is not same as SSL ,it not prevent all attacks like DOS attack but it can check the DNS lookup to verify the\u00a0legitimate\u00a0of address and it work on TLD--Top level domains-,I think this DNSSEC will be next security update for entire web. Note:I\u00a0recommended\u00a0you please install trusted Security softwares and use your\u00a0presence\u00a0of mind\u00a0 while doing any transation over the cloud.