Protecting your website with an SSL/TLS certificate is no longer optional. HTTPS is used by Google as an SEO ranking signal, and web browsers actively alert users to insecure websites. Even if your website doesn’t handle sensitive customer information like credit card numbers, you can’t afford » Continue Reading.
Enterprises are increasingly turning to hosted solutions for organizational public key infrastructure (PKI) offered by commercial public certificate authorities (CAs). Digital certificates are commonly used by businesses, governments, and other organizations for: Secure web browsing. Authentication of employees for workstation sign-on and internal web applications. » Continue Reading.
Automation of common administrative tasks is a great way to avoid time-wasting, repetitive work, and allows for faster response times in case of emergencies. Recognizing this need, both for ourselves and our customers, SSL.com has created the SSL Web Services (SWS) API, which can be used » Continue Reading.
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.