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Creating any SSL certificate requires a unique Certificate Signing Request (CSR). This article will show you how to submit
your CSR and provide the other information needed to create your certificate.
This article will help you manage certificate file downloads, certificate reprocesses, and provide a detailed understanding
This article will show you how to combine a private key with a .p7b certificate file to create a .pfx file on Windows Internet
Information Server (IIS).
The PKCS#12 or PFX format is a binary format for storing the server certificate, any intermediate certificates, and the private
key into a single encryptable file.
The private key is not sent when you submit
your CSR to SSL.com, and neither SSL.com nor anyone else should ever have access to your private key.
Certain server platforms require that specific actions be taken by the user, even after downloading a bundle from the table
Extended Validation (or EV) certificates,
with their green address bar, are recognized as the highest standard in Internet trust.