SSL.com wants you to be able to manage your own security architecture whenever possible, and thus presents here a method for disabling a root certificate in Windows using Microsoft Management Console (or MMC). Note that you may need to run MMC with Administrator privileges to follow the instructions below. WARNING! Manually messing about with root certificates is serious […]
Microsoft’s Internet Information Manager requires a website to be in place before you can request a security certificate – makes a certain amount of sense! Here’s how to create a new site in IIS 6 (the same instructions will work for IIS 5):
This article will show you how to disable SSL 3.0 and TLS 1.0 in your browser. To skip straight to the instructions, click the links below: Internet Explorer Firefox Chrome After the recent POODLE unpleasantness, both Google and Chrome secured their latest browser versions (Firefox 35, Chrome 40) by barring the use of the SSL […]
This article will show you how to generate a Certificate Signing Request (or CSR) in Plesk 12.
This article will show you how to set up Microsoft Exchange Server to use a Fully Qualified Domain Name (or FQDN). This may be required if your present network uses “internal names” – FQDNs will need to be introduced to replace or reassign these internal names to make sure your security architecture will function in […]
We are pleased to release the newest version of our SSLManager tool, designed to make ordering, installing and managing your SSL certificates vastly easier. With SSL.com Manager, you can bypass console commands and the MMC Certificate Snap-in entirely. SSL.com Manager Features Downloading and installing SSL.com Manager Overview of Tools Available in SSL.com Manager
We are pleased to release the newest version of our SSL.com Manager, designed to make ordering and installing your SSL certificates much easier for our customers using Windows servers.