From August 18, 2020, the maximum SSL certificate validity of an issued SSL will be limited to 1 year (398 days) following new requirements announced by a number of major web browsers. Read more about the change here. You may have noticed that if you purchase a 2–4-year SSL certificate, the certificate you are issued ..
Certificate refund You may receive a refund if you submit the request within 90 days after the certificate purchase. If your certificate was issued within this period, you can receive a refund within 15 days since the issuance date. Note! Fees will be refunded in the form of your SSLs.com account credit. In order to ..
If the private key of your certificate has been compromised, you should reissue your certificate and then revoke the original certificate. To revoke the certificate, follow these steps: Go to Purchased certs. Click Details next to the reissued item. Click on ID in the Parent cert # line: Click Revoke at the top-right side of ..
An SSL reissue means that your existing certificate is replaced by a new one. This process is free of charge. A reissued SSL certificate is only valid till the actual expiration date of the original certificate. You need to request for a reissue in any one of the following situations: You have changed your web ..
PositiveSSL & EssentialSSL Certificate renewal InstantSSL, PremiumSSL and EV SSL Certificate renewal Multi-Domain Certificate renewal Next steps SSL Certificate Renewal becomes available in your Account from 30 days before its expiration. We’ll send you email reminders 30, 15, 7, 3 and 1 day before your Certificate expires, so you’ll have plenty of opportunity to renew. ..
There are times when your Certificate hasn’t expired, but you need to have it reissued. For instance, these are the cases when the Private key is lost or doesn’t match the Certificate, when the website moves to another host, or when some of the Certificate details (common name, organization name or contact details) need to ..