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.
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.
If your SSL/TLS certificate still has remaining days on it, you can still renew or switch to SSL.com and the remaining days will be added to your new certificate, up to 90 days. This is perfect if you want to switch to SSL.com from another » Continue Reading.
Happy birthday, David Bowie! Before there was, uh, whatever you kids are listening to, there was a kid from Brixton named David Robert Jones. He’s been in the music business for an eon or two – he started so long ago that he changed his name » Continue Reading.
Important: Read this entire document before relying upon any SSL.com certificate. Introduction 1. Definitions 2. Application 3. Covered Losses 4. Covered Persons 5. Exceptions to the Warranty 6. Certificate Warranty Limits Introduction SSL.com’s Relying Party Warranty may provide relief to individuals whose reliance on the » Continue Reading.
IMPORTANT – Do not rely on or use SSL.com’s certificate services prior to reading and accepting this relying party agreement (“Agreement”). Introduction 1. Definitions and Interpretations 2. Agreement 3. Warranty 4. Indemnity 5. Limitation of Liability 6. Termination 7. Miscellaneous Introduction SSL.com’s Relying Party Agreement applies » Continue Reading.
143 years ago today the merchant vessel Mary Celeste was discovered, mysteriously abandoned and adrift, off the Azores. You can thank Arthur Conan Doyle and the Victorian popular press for giving rise to a cloud of fanciful theories to explain the mystery (including religious mania and » Continue Reading.
Code Signing certificates from SSL.com use the same technology as our other digital security certificates. However, they are designed to apply a digital signature to your software, which lets your users know it came from a trusted source. Code signing your work helps prevent tampering or compromise » Continue Reading.
“He who does not trust enough, Will not be trusted” ~ Lao Tzu Rememb er the little story we did a while back about the China Internet Network Information Centre (CNNIC) titled The Curious Case of the Google Certificate that Wasn’t. Well, it appears Mozilla » Continue Reading.
From deep in the heart of Texas (or rather it’s petroleum-blacked crust) it’s the Friday Security Roundup! SSL.com presents a quick trot through security issues that we’ve been following this week: