• Secure Non-Registered Domains with New Private SSL Certificates

    Are you an SSL certificate owner that has SSL certificates that protect non-registered domains? What are non-registered domains? Well, let’s first talk about registered domains. These are the domains where you register the domain root to an approved top-level domain (TLD) through an online registry such as example.com. Once you have example.com registered, then you can support Web servers such

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  • CAs Being Audited to Baseline Requirements

    Certification authorities (CA) have always been compliance-minded and have historically imposed third-party audits upon themselves. The CAs disclose their requirements through a certificate policy (CP) document or certification practice statement (CPS). In these documents they state that they will be audited by a third party to meet these requirements. Historically, the CAs had to choose their own audit standard. We

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  • CAs Support Standards and Regulations

    There is an industry myth that certification authorities (CAs) are not regulated. In fact publicly-trusted SSL CAs support the development of industry regulations and have been audited annually to ensure compliance to the many requirements.

        in Secure Browsing, SSL, SSL Deployment
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  • All SSL and Digital Certificates Are the Same, Right? Wrong

    If all digital certificates are the same, why choose anything but the basic certificate? Because all certificates are not the same. Currently, there are three classes of digital certificates as recognized by the CA/Browser Forum: Domain Validated (DV), Organization Validated (OV) and Extended Validated (EV). There is a common misconception that the only difference in these certificates types is cost.

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  • CAs Support Standards and Regulations

    There is an industry myth that certification authorities (CAs) are not regulated. In fact publicly-trusted SSL CAs support the development of industry regulations and have been audited annually to ensure compliance to the many requirements.

        in Secure Browsing, SSL, SSL Deployment
    0
  • All SSL and Digital Certificates Are the Same, Right? Wrong

    If all digital certificates are the same, why choose anything but the basic certificate? Because all certificates are not the same. Currently, there are three classes of digital certificates as recognized by the CA/Browser Forum: Domain Validated (DV), Organization Validated (OV) and Extended Validated (EV). There is a common misconception that the only difference in these certificates types is cost.

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