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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) ...
This form is to be completed by the domain registrant in cases where the domain registrant is granting permission to obtain a digital certificate to a different organization.
You should have received an email from our validation partner Comodo. The return address of the email is "noreply_support@comodo.com". Please find this email and follow the instructions inside of it to complete your validation. Once you have completed t...
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...
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