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Multi-domain SSL Certificates, commonly referred to as Unified Communications Certificates or UCC, are certificates that secure multiple domains and multiple hostnames within a single ssl certificate. UC Certificates are ideal for Microsoft® Exchange S...
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a web server and a browser. This link ensures that all data passed between the web server and browsers remain private and integral. SSL is an ind...
In all cases, a domain name, whether intended for internal or external use, containing a gTLD or ccTLD listed on IANA [1] which is unregistered, or otherwise not controlled by the applicant will be rejected. This includes, but is not limited to the use of...
All SSL.com certificates MUST pass through DCV (Domain Control Validation) before they are issued. DCV is a mechanism used to prove ownership or control of a registered domain name. There are 3 mechanisms for DCV: * eMail-based DCV (Traditional) Y...
It seems obvious you've come across the following error while trying to setup SSL certificates on apache. Error code: 'ssl_error_rx_record_too_long' (Firefox) or 'Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage' (IE) Well more often than not, you ...
\N\NINSTALLING YOUR CERTIFICATE ON APACHE MOD_SSL / OPENSSL\N\N \N\NSTEP ONE: COPY YOUR CERTIFICATE TO A FILE ON YOUR APACHE SERVER\N\N You will receive an email from SSL.com with the certificate in the email. The certificate will be called '_yourDOM...
\N\NCERTIFICATES AND ENCODINGS\N\N At its core an X.509 certificate is a digital document that has been encoded and/or digitally signed according to RFC 5280. In fact, the term _X.509 certificate_ usually refers to the IETF's PKIX Certificate and CR...
In order to export the Certificate, Private Key and any intermediate certificate as a pfx file use the command below: - > OPENSSL PKCS12 -EXPORT -IN MY.CRT -INKEY MY.KEY -CERTFILE MY.BUNDLE -OUT MY.PFX NOTE: Remember to change the names to match your ...
\n\nHow To Move My SSL Certificate And Key From IIS 5.x And 6.x To Apache?\n\n Export to PFX file. 1) Please start the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) 2) Add the Certificates Snap-in for the Computer account. 3) Under the Personal section of the...
Follow the below instructions to generate a CSR for your website. When you have completed generating your CSR, cut/copy and paste it into the CSR field on the SSL certificate-request page. \n\nTo Generate And Submit The Certificate Signing Request (CSR...
SSL is a cryptographic protocol that provides end-to-end data encryption and data integrity for all web requests. Apps that transmit sensitive data should enable SSL to ensure all information is transmitted securely. \N\NPIGGYBACK SSL\N\N You can ac...
Since EV certificates represent the highest standard in vetting and trust, we require 3 document items to complete this order and issue the green address bar enabling ssl certificate: Please submit a signed copy of the EV Certificate Subscriber agree...
To enhance the security of the Root certificate, we create two intermediate certificates from which SSL certificates are signed and issued. An intermediate certificate is a subordinate certificate issued by the trusted root specifically to issue end...
For maximum compatibility between SSL points, port 443 is the standard, thus recommended, port used for secured SSL communications. However, any port can be used.
Question: I have received one or more files in my .zip file from SSL.com. How do I know which is which? Answer: You will receive a .zip file from us containing: Root, Intermediate(s), and domain/end-entity certificate. The name(s) of the file(s) will d...
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