Puzzled by cryptic browser error messages? Two of our most recent posts will help you solve those problems and get your website back on track: If you are seeing messages such as Not Secure, Your Connection Is Not Private, or NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID, you might not have » Continue Reading.
SSL.com proudly announces the launch of a new set of complete documentation for our full-featured customer account portal! In this series of guides and tutorials, you will learn to: Navigate your account’s Dashboard Work with Orders, Domains, and Validations Organize Users and Teams Set up » Continue Reading.
National governments worldwide are turning to public key infrastructure (PKI) and digital certificates for national ID programs, digital signatures, government e-services, signed and encrypted email, and more. SSL.com’s new article, PKI and Digital Certificates for Government, provides needed information for decision-makers at government agencies » Continue Reading.
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.