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Dear Customers, This announcement is to inform you about the forthcoming scheduled maintenance, which will take place at Sectigo Certificate Authority on March 9-10, 2024. The timeframe for maintenance is as follows: March 9, 23:59 – March 10, 02:00 UTCMarch 9, 6:59 PM – 9:00 PM EST The maintenance will not affect existing, new, pending, ..

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AddTrust External CA Root that was used to sign Sectigo certificates expired on May 30, 2020. Does this affect me? If your website or other online service uses other applications or integrations such as APIs, сURL, OpenSSL, etc. you may have experienced problems or outages. If you have had any service disruptions or errors or ..

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Recently, Comodo Certificate Authority (now Sectigo) has discontinued SGC certificates because of their incompatibility with the SHA-2 hashing algorithm. Thus, the certificates have become obsolete and are no longer offered at SSLs.com. What is SGC good for? SGC (Server Gated Cryptography) certificates are used to boost the encryption level from 40 or 56 bits to ..

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From September 1st, 2020, several popular web browsers, led by Apple’s Safari will stop trusting SSL certificates issued for longer than 398 days — a 1-year certificate. To provide SSLs that are supported by popular browsers, major Certificate Authorities will stop issuing 2-year SSL certificates. SSLs.com will implement this change on August 18th, 2020. All SSLs purchased ..

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Comodo CA (Certification Authority), our SSL certificate provider has changed their brand name to Sectigo CA as of November 2018. Comodo CA has been our exclusive partner since December 2016. Comodo CA is the largest commercial SSL provider, and has issued more than 100 million TLS/SSL certificates. What has changed? Company and brand name. Trustlogo ..

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What do I do to migrate my cert to SHA-2? First of all – this is only relevant and important for activated certificates. If your certificate is signed with the SHA-1 algorithm, we strongly recommend updating it to SHA-2. To update an SHA-1 signed certificate (Comodo (now Sectigo) certificates issued before May 7, 2014) to ..

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