Renewing SSL/TLS Certificates

One of the easiest ways you can protect your visitors’ information is to make sure you renew your SSL/TLS certificates on time.


When people access a site with an expired SSL/TLS certificate, they see a warning, telling them the site may no longer be secure. The advice for consumers: if this warning pops up, don’t proceed to the site in question because any data shared may be vulnerable to interception. You don’t want your potential customers to see this warning when visiting your site.


The good news is that renewing your SSL/TLS certificates is easy. All you need is a little advance planning. Having the certificate renewed can take a couple of weeks, depending on the level of certificate you apply for, so don’t leave applying to renew your certificate to the last minute.


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Automatic Renewal Reminders

Extended Validation (EV) certificates involve a great deal of authentication — a process that inevitably takes time.

If a company claims to be able to fast track this process, take a moment to question on how — you may just find you’re not getting what you pay for. Management software is available that sends automatic reminders when your SSL/TLS certificate is about to expire, so you have no excuse not to stay on top of it.

Beginner's Guide to SSL/TLS

SSL/TLS Explained

Whether you are an individual or a company, you should approach online security in the same way that you would approach physical security for your home or business.

This guide will de-mystify the technology involved and give you the information you need to make the best decision when considering your online security options.

Dangers of Domain-Validated SSL Certificates

Dangers of Domain-Validated SSL Certificates

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What is EV SSL?

What is EV SSL?

DigiCert SSL/TLS Certificates with Extended Validation (EV) provide solutions that allow companies and consumers to engage in communications and commerce online with confidence.

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How Does SSL/TLS Work?

How Does SSL/TLS Work? What Is An SSL/TLS Handshake?

SSL/TLS are protocols used for encrypting information between two points. It is usually between server and client, but there are times when server to server and client to client encryption are needed. This article will focus only on the negotiation between server and client.

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