If you have an SSL certificate for an intranet name, learn how ICANN’s New gTLD Program might affect you.
This article defines what a secure hash algorithm (SHA) is and what the difference is between SHA-1 and SHA-2.
This article explains the limitations of using intranet names and IP Addresses as the Primary Domain Name or Subject Alternative Name in SSLs.
Answer these four questions to figure out which SSL you need.
After you purchase an SSL certificate, activate the SSL credit to request a new certificate for your website.
You cannot use a standard SSL on an aliased domain name in shared hosting because standard SSLs only work properly with the domain name for which they are issued.
You can, however, use a multi-domain (UCC) SSL to secure both the primary domain and any aliased domain names on the [...]
Our SSL certificates are supported by most current browsers and devices.
If you request a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate for a domain name that has Domains By Proxy® (DBP) Private Registration, you can request a Domain Authorization Letter by logging in to your DBP account.
Use these steps to redeem your Standard single domain SSL certificate in the Hosting Control Center.
If you have a Standard Single Domain SSL applied to your hosting account, you can check its status in the Hosting Control Center.