These instructions will show you how to create a Certificate Signing Request (“CSR”) in Tomcat using the keytool command.
HTTPS connections can be enforced on visitors to your site by several different methods. If you are using a content management system like WordPress you can explore plugins like WordPress HTTPS (SSL) to set all or specific sections of your site to use secure connections.
Do you find yourself using a lot of subdomains on the web? If so, you can save money and time by going with a Wildcard SSL certificate. This may sound scary to some, but it’s actually quite easy. Below, we’re going to go over the basics of buying and installing this type of certificate […]
Whether your visitors are using Firefox, Chrome or another web browser, if you have any non-SSL elements loading on an HTTPS page, they’re going to see an error message. The exact dialog that opens depends on the browser being used as well as the operating system of the computer. Needless to say, this is […]
While migrating SSL certificates from Exchange Server 2003 to 2013 doesn’t sound like a lot of fun, it doesn’t need to be troublesome either. We’re going to break down the basic steps and give you some helpful advice and tips on the entire process so that you can get it done and move onto […]
The easiest solution is to download a combined bundle file from your SSL.com My Account portal. Once you login to your account you should click on the Orders tab.
There are four steps involved in procuring and installing a digital security certificate from SSL.com. These steps are: Purchase your SSL certificate Generate and submit a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) Validate your request Install your Certificate. Purchase Your SSL Certificate The first step is to purchase an SSL certificate. SSL.com offers a wide variety […]
HOWTO: Why do I receive a pop-up box stating that some pages are secured when others are not, even though all of the pages reside underneath the domain using the SSL certificate. All of the pages are using relative links.
Be sure that all hyperlinks (ie <a href=””> and <img src=””>) are using relative links or absolute links with “https:” set as the protocol. You must be referencing some absolute links with “http:” as the protocol instead of “https:”. You can search your code for http: and find the content that is not linked […]