Please download and install the Safenet Authentication Client software using the following steps: Be sure that your eToken is unplugged from your device; unplug the eToken if necessary. Right click and select save the SafeNet Authentication Client using the links below. Select the version » Continue Reading.
1. Login to your account at SSL.com. 2. Click on Orders to see all of your purchased certificates, Click Details under the name of your EV CS certificate (“Company Name”). 3. In the middle of the new page, look for the “physical tokens” section and » Continue Reading.
Certificate Transparency (CT) is being rolled out for all SSL/TLS certificates by April 30 2018, so we’ve created a CT FAQ to give you a bit of information CT uses a system of logs and monitors to help protect users from incorrect or fraudulent certificates. » Continue Reading.
What is Certificate Transparency? Certificate Transparency (CT) is a system which uses public logs to record all certificates issued by a Certificate Authority (CA). Browsers, CAs and other parties can use CT (alongside other existing techniques) to confirm a certificate was correctly issued and thus » Continue Reading.
Faster site speeds with SSL can boost search page rankings. SSL.com CDN with https/2 does BOTH for your websites. Pro $20 per month 150 GB 10 websites (resources) $0.08 overage rate per GB Business $200 per month 5 TB 20 websites (resources) $0.05 overage rate » Continue Reading.
How to authorize SSL.com via CAA Records SSL.com is a Certificate Authority with trusted roots in many browsers and devices. However, to provide our customers with universal coverage as our own roots are gaining in ubiquity, we are partnered with Comodo to issue 100% compatible » Continue Reading.
Code Signing Certificate Installation Instructions for ordering, retrieving and installing your code signing certificate from SSL.com. After purchasing your Code Signing Certificate from SSL.com you will need to complete the certificate request at the Code Signing portal. Please contact the support team with your order » Continue Reading.
It is a startling sight to behold. You have just uploaded the CSR and are eager to obtain your certificate, but as soon as you reach the validation page you see that the test has failed. WHY!? First… Don’t Panic! The red » Continue Reading.
As of February 28, 2018, all Certificate Authorities and providers, including SSL.com, will no longer issue publicly trusted SSL Certificates with a three year lifespan. Starting March 1, 2018, SSL certificate maximum duration will now be set to 825 days. The CA/B Forum (the regulatory » Continue Reading.
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