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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 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...
Disclaimer: I figured this out from other sites and other's hard work. Not only that but another classic case for how much we take advantage of the amazing functionality of OpenSSL. To import your certificate to Windows, you will first need to combine ...
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.
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