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Trust. It’s what we provide.

That’s why we support the CA/B Forum’s upcoming policy for CAA. This standard enables domain owners to prevent the issuance of rogue or unauthorized SSL/TLS certificates, by specifying which certification authorities (CAs) are authorized to issue digital certificates to their domains.

As of September 8, 2017, all certification authorities (CAs) will be required to check and comply with the CAA records before issuing a certificate.

Read on to find out what how CAA checking can help your brand:

CAA technical requirements standard

Best Practices Webinar

  • Understanding Certification Authority Authorization


Tech Notes

CAA Best Practices Guide

Understanding Certification Authority Authorization

CAA Lookup Tool

View which CA's are entitled to issue certificates for your domain(s) with our CAA lookup tool.

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