A lesser discussed aspect of SSL certificates is revocation. We talk a lot about why you need an SSL certificate, how to choose the right one, how to activate and install one, and how you need to remember to renew it before it expires. But what about SSL revocation?
There’s nothing quite as frustrating as encountering an SSL certificate error, for website owners and users alike. If you’re certain you’ve gone through all the required steps of installing your SSL certificate only for Chrome to tell you something’s gone wrong with your site security, it might be tempting to throw your hands up and give up completely.Read more
Everyday we’re inundated with messages about Internet security and staying safe online. It can be hard to separate what’s a genuine threat with what seems like a fad or a marketing ploy. The unfortunate reality is that is we get more entrenched in the online sphere, the more vigilant everyone needs to be. It’s unsurprising, then, that a common question asked by many website owners is, “Do I really need an SSL certificate?”.Read more
Whether you have a website that asks customers for personal information like credit card details, address and phone number, or you’re a shopper deciding whether to make a purchase online, it’s important to be able to know that your interaction will be securely protected with valid, reputable SSL encryption.Read more
Subdomains have some key benefits, but some companies shy away from them because they’re not sure about whether each one needs their own SSL Certificate. Fact is you have a number of encryption choices. In today’s blog we’ll explore this topic so you can understand your options.
When it comes to protecting your website with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption, there are a bunch of factors to consider when choosing the right one for your needs. One of the things people get confused about is the difference between a Private vs. Shared SSL Certificate. In fact there are three main types to choose from, and we’re going to break them down for you.Read more
Quite a few people get confused between two types of SSL Certificates — Multi-Domain and Wildcard. This blog will clear things up for you.