Category : General Questions

If you run into any trouble or have any questions or concerns, we’re always happy to help.  Simply submit a ticket to get in touch with customer service, or click on the Bubble in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen to access live chat. Our customer service team is here 24/7/365 and will get ..

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In this article: What is CAA record? Add CAA record on cPanel Add CAA record on CloudFlare Add CAA record on Windows Server 2016 Add CAA record on GoDaddy CAA record and CNAME What is CAA record? There are many organizations known as certificate authorities (CAs) that are responsible for issuing identity-confirmation certificates for websites, ..

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The SSLCertificate.com store has been shut down. If you were an SSLCertificate.com customer, don’t worry – your SSLs are safe. They just have a new home at SSLs.com. Welcome! Your SSLCertificate.com account, along with all your SSL certificates, were securely transferred to SSLs.com. You can log in to your fresh SSLs.com account using your SSLCertificate.com ..

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A critical vulnerability nicknamed “Heartbleed” was discovered in OpenSSL, the most popular SSL module used on Linux / cPanel servers. This exploit allows a third party to steal information that would otherwise be secured and encrypted with the SSL/TLS protocol, and to steal the private keys from the certificate pair itself. Here’s a great site ..

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SSL, or Secure Sockets Layer, is a data security tool that was designed to keep communication over the internet safe. Data sent via an SSL connection is protected by a mechanism called encryption that scrambles the data in transit to prevent theft and tampering. All SSL provide same encryption, however mechanisms of obtaining a certificate varies ..

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Minimum amount that can be deposited to funds is $5.00. SSLs.com account funds can be used to make purchases at SSLs.com. You may add funds to your account in 2 ways: During Checkout Using ‘add funds’ option in user area During Checkout When you place a product in your shopping cart, you may either: click ..

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SSLs.com always strives to be on the cutting edge of Web security. We believe that modern trends toward more universal encryption of Internet traffic is a positive factor for all users and leads to increased safety and development. You may have heard about a recent initiative to introduce free SSL certificates, and while this may ..

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How Is Certificate Transparency Implemented? Advantages of Certificate Transparency (CT) How to Check for Certificate Transparency (CT) Compliance? Certificate Transparency is a relatively new framework that’s designed to fix some structural flaws within the existing system of SSL certificates, in return making it more open to the public. It was first announced by Google Inc. ..

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We have tried to cover most common questions which you might have on the spot. Of course, we understand, that there are cases which cannot be covered with an F.A.Q. and require additional consultation. Our team is ready to look into your particular case 24/7 via Ticket system, also we will be happy to assist ..

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SSLs.com stopped providing Symantec certificates on December 1, 2016. Unused certificates Issued certificates Expiring certificates Unused certificates When you click on the “New” button and choose the “Activate” option from the drop-down menu, you will get error messages. You have two options: Go ahead with a Comodo (now Sectigo) SSL Claim a refund If you opt ..

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Whois is a protocol used to find information about networks, domains and hosts. The whois records normally include data on the organizations and the contacts associated with these networks and domains. Whois services operate through a whois server. Anyone can connect to a whois server and send a query. The whois server will then respond ..

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Browser ubiquity (also known as browser recognition or browser compatibility) indicates an estimated percentage of Internet users who will inherently trust an SSL certificate. The lower the browser ubiquity, the less people will trust a certificate. As a general rule, any SSL certificate with over 95% browser ubiquity is a..

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A multi-domain certificate is designed to secure many domain and/or subdomain names. These certificates are mostly used to secure the services of Microsoft Exchange Server (versions 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013), Office Communications Server 2007 or Mobile Device Manager. These certificates can secure the combination of completely unique domains and subdomains with different TLDs (Top Level ..

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How it worked prior to SNI implementation SNI as a solution Applications that support SNI How to configure SNI SNI stands for Server Name Indication and is an extension of the TLS protocol. It indicates which hostname is being contacted by the browser at the beginning of the handshake process. This technology allows a server ..

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Overview Advantages Disadvantages OCSP stapling setup and test Overview Most applications that depend on X.509 certificates need to validate the status of the certificates used when performing authentication, signing, or encryption operations. This certificate validity and revocation check are performed for all certificates in a certificate chain, up to the root one. If any of ..

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What is a Certificate Signing Request? What details are included in the CSR code? What is the format of the CSR code? How can I check the details included in the CSR code? How can I generate a CSR code? What is a Certificate Signing Request? A Certificate Signing Request (CSR code) is a block ..

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Usually a dedicated IP address is a technical requirement for the SSL installation. For proper SSL functionality it is recommended to have a separate dedicated IP for each certificate. However, nowadays it is possible to install multiple SSL certificates using a shared IP address thanks to the SNI (Server Name Indication) technology. A mandatory use ..

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Simply add the desired certificate at SSLs.com to the cart clicking on the Buy button: Click on the Checkout button on the right: After choosing the payment method and filling out the required details, confirm the purchase. Once the checkout is complete, you can find the purchased certificate in My SSL list in the top-right ..

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