022022. Aug.
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Most important facts about the SSL certificates

We have already discussed why it is essential for your website to have an SSL certificate. Now we present three different types of SSL according to validation level. All three types have the same encryption levels, but different verification requirements.  Domain validation certificate (DV SSL)  DV SSL certificates are fully supported, they are ready immediately, as there is no need to submit company papers or […]

272020. Aug.
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Significant change in SSL certificates

The validity period of SSL certificates changes. The certification authorities reduce its lifetime to a maximum of 12 months. The most important reason is that shorter lifetime and more frequent certificate issuance increase the level of security. About this plan was first announced by Apple in February, followed by Google in June and Mozilla in July. Important information for website owners More attention needs to […]

072020. Jul.
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New partnership with marketleader SSL certificate provider

We are happy to publish our new partnership with Sectigo, a market leader TLS / SSL certificate provider. Sectigo is the world’s largest certification authority with more than 700,000 customers and more than 20 years of experience. It provides solutions for websites, and the company has received several awards for its globally recognized innovations. Reliability is also evidenced by the fact that the world’s largest […]

162020. Jun.
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SSL certificate: Keep your website secure!

Nowadays, security is the most important on the internet as your website visitors want to know their data in good hands. The perfect solution is the SSL certificate, which can provide several benefits in addition to security! What’s an SSL certificate?  The SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the most effective way to encrypt data between your websites and visitors, protects the private information you collect from your customers such a payment card details, passwords, logins. Once activated, the padlock icon and https: // will appear in the URL, they will show to your site visitors that your site is protected and private. […]