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Introducing Teams – SSL.com Multiuser Accounts

SSL.com is pleased to introduce Teams to our user accounts! Multi-user functionality is now available to all SSL.com users – for free! Why Teams? Managing and maintaining digital security certificates can be a complex process. Depending on the organization, the person purchasing the certificate may not be » Continue Reading.


Certificates for Government

SSL/TLS Certificates, Code Signing, and ePKI for Government Agencies Government agencies must provide essential services to the public while protecting personal and sensitive data. Used in over 120 countries, SSL.com offers a complete suite of cost effective solutions to help your agency or department implement secure and » Continue Reading.


Hosted PKI Solution

Leverage the world class expertise and infrastructure of SSL.com to host your own dedicated Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) to power your Certificate Authority (CA). Manage the life cycle of any digital certificate (SSL/TLS, code signing, S/MIME, etc) directly through your CA web interface or API, » Continue Reading.


Purchasing Policy and Warranty Coverage

This document contains SSL.com’s Purchasing Policy and warranty information for digital security certificates. Certificate Purchasing Information Basic SSL – Purchasing a Basic SSL will result in the customer receiving a Domain Validated (DV) SSL Certificate for 1 Fully-Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) hostname that is listed in » Continue Reading.


HTTPS: not just for the cool kids

Now more than ever it’s time to move to HTTPS – not just because it’s the secure “cool” thing to do, but because it’s also becoming the standard rather than an afterthought. Scans and crawls in the last six months show HTTPS is growing by leaps » Continue Reading.


Google Slowly Forcing Security on Internet

With a thoughtful, yet decided, hand Google is ushering in a new age of secure Internet communications. Starting this month with the release of Chrome 56, Google will label websites without a properly installed digital certificate as “Not Secure”. Initially, only websites that accept passwords » Continue Reading.