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Courtesy Carryover is pleased to introduce Courtesy Carryover! To get your Carryover time, just renew your certificate! Our system will calculate how much time remains from your expiring SSL/TLS certificate and automatically apply it to your new certificate. This way you won’t lose SSL/TLS coverage » Continue Reading.

Relying Party Warranty

Important: Read this entire document before relying upon any certificate. Introduction 1. Definitions 2. Application 3. Covered Losses 4. Covered Persons 5.  Exceptions to the Warranty 6. Certificate Warranty Limits Introduction’s Relying Party Warranty may provide relief to individuals whose reliance on the » Continue Reading.

Relying Party Agreement

IMPORTANT – Do not rely on or use’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’s Relying Party Agreement applies » Continue Reading.

Mozilla Joins Google in Not Trusting CNNIC

“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.

Your Account – the Reseller Program is happy to provide a wide range of clients with state-of-the-art security SSL/TLS certificates and personal support. For our customers who need a large number of certificates (and would like significant discounts) we are happy to suggest the Reseller Program.

Disable a Root Certificate in Windows MMC wants you to be able to manage your own security architecture whenever possible, and thus presents here a method for disabling a root certificate in Windows using Microsoft Management Console (or MMC). Note that you may need to run MMC with Administrator privileges to follow the instructions » Continue Reading.