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26 Jan 2022: Let’s Encrypt Revoking 2 Million Certificates

Let’s Encrypt has notified that it will begin revoking up to 2 million certificates by 16:00 UTC on 28th Jan 2022 due to these certificates being issued in a manner non-compliant with the TLS Using ALPN specification. Is Your Certificate Affected? If you have a Let’s Encrypt certificate issued between 06:48 UTC on 25th Jan […]

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File-based Domain Validation ends for Wildcard SSL

Domain Control Validation or Domain Validation is the method by which users requesting an issue/re-issue of an SSL certificate can validate ownership of the domain/sub-domain for which it is being requested. File-based domain validation is a method of domain validation in which you validate domain ownership by uploading a file with a specific file name […]

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Multi-Domain Certificates And Their Benefits

Multi-Domain Certificates (MDCs) are highly flexible and cost-effective SSL certificates available for use by Individuals and Organisations that own multiple domains/websites.Subject Alternative Names (SANs)Subject Alternative Name (SAN) is an extension to the X.509 specification that allows users to specify additional host names to be included in a single SSL certificate.Multi-Domain Certificates include more than one domain […]

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Test Order Any Certificate, Understand Order Process

We offer an exclusive feature for new users to understand all aspects of the order process for any paid certificate with ZERO risk. You can now test order any certificate of your interest. Then go through all steps and options of the certificate order process without making any payment. Why order a Test SSL certificate? Make […]

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Bulk Buy Discounts For PositiveSSL Certificates

The PositiveSSL domain validated (DV) certificates issued by Sectigo CA (previously Comodo CA) has always been our top-selling SSL certificate. Many of our web developer and agency customers regularly purchase these certificates with one-year validity from getSSL as a value-addition for their client’s website and app projects. So we decided to develop and offer a special […]

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Web Browsers To Limit SSL Certificate Validity

Google requested adoption of a resolution to reduce the maximum validity of SSL certificates to ONE year in a vote held by the CA/Browser (CA/B) forum late last year. The vote went against this resolution. On Feb 19th 2020, Apple announced that their Safari browser will limit certificate validity of all SSL certificates to 398 […]

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Low-cost Wildcard SSL Certificates

In the interest of offering our customers the best price on SSL certificates, we would like to inform you that low-cost PositiveSSL Wildcard certificates from Sectigo (previously Comodo) are now available from our sister-website iwebzsites.com What are Wildcard SSL Certificates? Wildcards are Domain Validated certificates which can be used with multiple websites or hostnames (sub-domains) […]

Sectigo (Comodo) to start issuing from new Roots on January 14th

On 2nd November we informed you about an announcement from Comodo CA changing its branding to Sectigo. Yesterday, Sectigo (Comodo CA) announced that it will be entering the next phase of transition: swapping out the old Comodo CA roots on January 14, 2019. What are Root Certificates? Every operating system maintains a Root store (sometimes […]

Comodo CA changes name to Sectigo

Yesterday, Comodo CA announced today that it will now be known as Sectigo (pronounced sec-tee-go) moving forward. Why the name change? Comodo’s Certficate Authority (CA) business was acquired by Francisco Partners last year. Much like the Symantec deal with DigiCert that saw its entire CA operation switch hands, Comodo sold its Certificate Authority, but continued […]

TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 should be disabled by March 2020

In the evolving cyber security space different aspects of website security are being contantly improved from time to time. We’re giving you a heads up about one such upcoming change which could potentially affect the use of your SSL certificate in major web browsers. What is TLS? Did you know that the true name of […]