So, you’ve gotten an SSL/TLS certificate and validated your base domain, but now you need certificates to cover additional subdomains. Can you re-use your previous validation, or do you need to repeat the process? The answer depends on the DV method that you initially used: » Continue Reading.
Tag: Domain Validation
Using your SSL.com account portal, it is possible to pre-validate a domain name before generating a certificate signing request (CSR) and ordering certificates. Domain validation is scoped to teams, so any team member can order certificates for a pre-validated domain. To pre-validate a domain: 1. » Continue Reading.
This how-to will walk you through the process of ordering and retrieving an SSL/TLS server certificate. NOTE: Domain Validation is required when ordering any SSL/TLS server certificate. SSL.com customers should follow the DV procedure below as well as any extra validation steps required when procuring » Continue Reading.
Domain Control Validation (aka DV or Domain Validation) Overview In order to establish ownership or authorization to acquire an SSL Certificate for a specific domain, proof of control over the domain must be established. Domain Control Validation (DCV) can be established by the following methods: » Continue Reading.