About SSL Certificates
This article explains the limitations of using intranet names and IP Addresses as the Primary Domain Name or Subject Alternative Name in SSLs.
If you have a Standard Single Domain SSL applied to your hosting account, you can check its status in the Hosting Control Center.
If you’re not sure where you are in the process of setting up your SSL, we have detailed information for you in this article.
Use these steps to redeem your Standard single domain SSL certificate in the Hosting Control Center.
Secure certificates are targets for different types of attacks and malicious behavior.
So, if you’re ever concerned that an attacker compromised a private key, if you find someone that is misusing a certificate, or any other type of suspicious activity with a certificate, contact us at [...]
Domain control validation is the process we use to verify the person requesting the SSL certificate controls the domain name.
SSL certificates secure the common name listed in the certificate, with or without the WWW prefix.
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificates encrypt information sent between a visitor and the secured webpage.
Computer power has lessened the time it takes to break the algorithms used by today’s secure certificate private keys.
To avoid putting the Internet and e-commerce users at risk, the Certificate Authority Browser Forum has published new requirements for secure certificates. We are a member of this organization and are [...]
SSL certificates enable your browser and the website’s server to build a secure, encrypted connection to ensure safe Internet transactions.