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Common Name Mismatch occurs when the common name or SAN listed on an SSL certificate doesn't exactly match the name displayed in the URL bar. Any difference will cause the web browser to halt and display a name mismatch error. In order for an encrypted co...
Sometimes, a certificate authority (CA) provides certificate in an unsupported format. Therefore, one needs to convert it into supported format. With the help of OpenSSL commands, you can easily do that. The following series of OpenSSL commands allows yo...
There can be several reasons why SSL/HTTPS is not working on your site. DOMAIN IS NEWLY HOSTED SSL certificate has probably not been activated yet if the domain name is newly hosted. Newly registered or transferred domain can take up to 24 hours for SSL ...
CSR (Certificate Signing Request) is needed to generate the SSL certificate. This set of codes has the company information encrypted like your domain name, company name, locality, and country of operation. This set of information is required for SSL activ...
CSR (Certificate Signing Request) is needed to generate the SSL certificate. This set of codes has the company information encrypted like your domain name, company name, locality, and country of operation. This set of information is required for SSL activ...
CSR (Certificate Signing Request) is needed to generate the SSL certificate. This set of codes has the company information encrypted like your domain name, company name, locality, and country of operation. This set of information is required for SSL activ...
Steps to install SSL certificate are available in URL provided below: https://support.comodo.com/index.php?/comodo/Knowledgebase/List/Index/37 Feel free to contact our SSL Support Team if you have further questions.
Site Seals are highly identifiable visual indicators that come with SSL Certificates to advertise the fact that a website is encrypted. Installing a site seal along with your SSL Certificate is a very straightforward process. There are many different typ...
One of the most important elements of the SSL certificate process is validation. When you purchase a SSL certificate, the Certificate Authority (CA) that's issuing it will put your website or organization through a process called validation. The validatio...
One of the most important elements of the SSL certificate process is validation. When you purchase a SSL certificate, the Certificate Authority (CA) that's issuing it will put your website or organization through a process called validation. The validatio...
One of the most important elements of the SSL certificate process is validation. When you purchase a SSL certificate, the Certificate Authority (CA) that's issuing it will put your website or organization through a process called validation. The validatio...
SSL certificates can also be differentiated based on the number of domains or subdomains they protect. The different types of SSL certificate on this bases are -- Standard, Wildcard, and Multi-Domain/ SAN/ UCC. You may use this guide to find the perfect c...
There are many different types of SSL certificate options available, all with their unique use cases and value propositions. The level of authentication assured by the Certificate Authority (CA) is a significant differentiator between the types. There are...
A Certification Authority (or Certification Authority) is a trusted agency that is authorized to issue, renew and revoke SSL certificates after verifying the identity and legitimacy of the requesting party.
Starting from 1st September 2020, several popular web browsers, led by Apple's Safari will stop trusting SSL certificates issued for longer than 398 days (a 1-year certificate). To provide SSLs that are supported by popular browsers, major Certificate Au...
REDIRECTING USERS TO SSL-ENABLED CONNECTIONS You may want to ensure that visitors to your web site always use a secure connection. To do this, follow these steps: 1. Log in to Plesk. 2. In the left sidebar, click WEBSITES & DOMAINS. 3. Locate the d...
When visitors access to your website request a page using a secure https:// connection, a broken padlock icon may appear in the web browser's location bar. This happen when content on a secure website is being loaded through a non-secure source. An exampl...
As of Jan 2015 NOTE: SSL cetificate has been installed into all our Shared Hosting servers Users are encouraged to use the following links for SSL connections: CPANEL https:///cpanel WEBMAIL https://
An SSL certificate error occurs when a web browser can't verify the SSL certificate installed on a site. Rather than connect you, your browser will display an error message, warning you that the site may be insecure. It generally means that installed SSL ...
At times it is noticed that SSL is installed on a wordpress site but on the web browser the green padlock icon is not visible. This issue is caused due to the mixed contents present in your site code. Mixed content means there are some URL's with http p...
You need to generate a new CSR with the new contact details and apply for a reissue of the certificate. Once the certificate is reissued, you will be sent an email with a new certificate. Install the newly issued certificate on your server. NOTE Please k...
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