How Can I Download a PEM file from SSL.com? The simple answer is that the files retrieved from the download table for a certificate in your SSL.com customer account will be in PEM format when you receive them: All of these “download” links will provide » Continue Reading.
The Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) is the Internet protocol used by web browsers to determine the revocation status of SSL/TLS certificates supplied by HTTPS websites. While SSL/TLS certificates are always issued with an expiration date, there are certain circumstances in which a certificate must be » Continue Reading.
Affiliate: A corporation, partnership, joint venture or other entity controlling, controlled by, or under common control with another entity, or an agency, department, political subdivision, or any entity operating under the direct control of a Government Entity. American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA): AICPA » Continue Reading.
In RSA public-key cryptography, the private and public keys in a pair are mathematically related in that they share the same modulus. The length of the modulus, expressed in bits, is the key length. To confirm that a particular private key matches the public key » Continue Reading.
Since March 1, 2018, the maximum duration of publicly-trusted SSL/TLS certificates issued by all Certificate Authorities, including SSL.com, has been set to 825 days (about 27 months). However, SSL.com continues to offer our customers certificate bundles with up to five years of coverage. For orders exceeding 27 months, » Continue Reading.
This page includes lists of all SSL.com how-to articles covering certificate installation on various platforms. If you have any questions or need additional information about generating your CSR, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 1-877-SSL-SECURE, or just click the chat link at the bottom right of this page. SSL/TLS » Continue Reading.
This page includes a list of all SSL.com how-to articles covering Certificate Signing Request (CSR) generation on various platforms. If you have any questions or need additional information about generating your CSR, please contact us at email@example.com, call 1-877-SSL-SECURE, or just click the chat link at » Continue Reading.
You might have seen reports about an issue that’s impacting multiple certificate authorities, including Apple, Google, GoDaddy, and (unfortunately) SSL.com. Most of these companies use a program called EJBCA (Enterprise Java Beans Certificate Authority) for a range of CA activities. As SSL.com’s Director of Security » Continue Reading.
Note: This page is for users of SSL Corp EV Roots only. Users of UserTrust EV certificates can find their required documents here. Extended Validation (or EV) certificates, with their green address bar, are recognized as the highest standard in Internet trust. In order to » Continue Reading.
What is Certificate Transparency? Certificate Transparency (CT) is a project started by Google, aiming to eliminate various structural flaws in the SSL certificate system. CT allows anyone to detect SSL certificates that have been mistakenly issued by a Certificate Authority (CA), or maliciously acquired from » Continue Reading.