Digital signatures provide legal non-repudiation for electronic documents, and are just as binding as signatures in ink on a paper document. When you send your colleagues and customers a Microsoft Word document, Excel workbook, or PowerPoint presentation signed with an SSL.com Business Email, Client Authentication, and » Continue Reading.
For the benefit of our customers using Macintosh computers, SSL.com is now rolling out a series of how-tos for macOS. Currently, these include detailed instructions on how to: Generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) in macOS Keychain Access Export a PKCS #12 / PFX File » Continue Reading.
The rapid, astronomical growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) presents significant security and performance challenges for providers of networked “smart” objects. Our new article, Securing the Internet of Things (IoT) with SSL/TLS, outlines the major issues faced, explains how publicly-trusted SSL/TLS certificates can be used to » Continue Reading.
Curious about the different methods for securing your virtual hosting environment? Unsure about the important differences between multi-domain SAN certificates and Server Name Indication (SNI)? Our new article provides an in-depth look at the history of virtual hosting and the pros and cons of the various » Continue Reading.
A Content Delivery Network (CDN) improves website performance for your customers around the globe, boosting conversion rates and search engine rankings while decreasing bandwidth demands on your company’s web servers and increasing reliability and uptime! Plus, a CDN offers full compatibility and ease of integration with WordPress and other » Continue Reading.