Houston, TX – August 16, 2017 – SSL.com, a public Certificate Authority trusted by millions of users worldwide, has become a full member of the Certificate Authority/Browser Forum (CA/Browser Forum). The CA/Browser Forum is a voluntary group of certification authorities (CAs), Internet browser vendors and » Continue Reading.
Houston, TX – August 4, 2017 – SSL.com has successfully completed a comprehensive suite of WebTrust audits covering all aspects of Certification Authority (CA) operations. Conducted by respected firm BDO USA LLP, SSL.com was audited against and is in full compliance with: the WebTrust Principles » Continue Reading.
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To request an Extended Validation (“EV”) Certificate from SSL.com you will need to fill out and submit a copy of our EV Subscriber Agreement. Right-click the link below and select “Save as” in order to download this document. If you need any help with this » Continue Reading.
Thank you for choosing SSL.com for your digital certificate needs. To validate your order, please fill out the following form using information provided to you by SSL.com. The Certificate Order Number and Random Value are distributed according to the method that you selected during the » Continue Reading.
Expand product offerings while boosting revenues! Benefits of becoming a Web Host Partner / Volume Reseller: Volume Discounting that means more savings for you and for your customers Certificate Management Portal to track orders that comes with multi-user Team and Role functionality Smart » Continue Reading.
Submitting a Purchase Order Ordering SSL/TLS, SMIME, Code Signing certificates, or any other product or service from SSL.com via Purchase Order is easy. To request a certificate via Purchase Order (PO), please fill out the form below and upload the PO along with any comments. » Continue Reading.
Most experts have been recommending that SHA-1 be deprecated for some time. Luckily, most websites use SHA-2, a more updated and less vulnerable version of the technology. All reputable certificate authorities, such as SSL.com, have retired SHA-1 certificates and are using SHA-2.
Installing an SSL Certificate on the modern (> 0.7.14) nginx platform is quite easy. Locate the server block for your website. Add a listen directive for your secure port and add the ssl Add the ssl_certificate directive; the parameter is the full path to the » Continue Reading.
Yes, SSL.com’s Basic SSL certificate does work with subdomains. You may select one Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) to protect with your Basic SSL certificate. This FQDN may be either a root domain (for example, yourdomain.com) or a subdomain (i.e., support.yourdomain.com). Whichever you choose, we’ll » Continue Reading.