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semistatic



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PostPosted: Wed Aug 12, 2009 10:06 pm    Post subject: SSL certificate request Reply with quote

I've seen this question posted a couple of times, but no answer that I could find...

How do you generate a certificate request if you want to get a "trusted" certificate from somewhere like Comodo or GoDaddy?

Thanks!
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 29, 2013 10:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Today, the crime is increasing at a rapid pace and especially in the internet world and one need to protect themselves and their business in order to make profits. The demand for security is rising at a brisk pace and it is the time to think seriously about your business. Although it is more familiar to most of the business still many donít take it seriously. The results can be difficult to withstand and one have to compromise on a number of aspects if they are unaware of the crimes. What is the solution? Buy SSL certificates to make sure you remain protected and secure from all kinds of online threats. There are a number of advantages attached for using the SSL certificates for your business.

If you are involved in the ecommerce business then surely you should have them to play in a secure environment. SSL or Secure Socket Layer is basically a security seal which is designed to authenticate websites. Whenever a user visits your website; they will look for security and legality of your website. Therefore, today you should go for the Symantec SSL or Thawte SSL for your business so that you can make a difference. An SSL certificate has to pass some validation tests and after that the owner gets the certificate from a trusted authority. There are different types available in the market and some of them are cheap certificate, EV certificate, Wildcard certificates.

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