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Can I access my secure pages as https://www.mydomain.com/
Only if you obtain a secure certificate for your domain name.. Certificates may be obtained from...
Can I transfer a SSL certificate to you?
If you already have the certificate and can send us a backup file of the certificate that has...
Can my software application maintain state when switching from normal HTTP (non-secure) protocol to HTTPS (secure) protocol?
When you change from non-secure (HTTP) to secure protocol (HTTPS), any cookies or client...
Difference between shared & dedicated SSL certificate
The major difference in between a shared & dedicated Secure Certificate is the appearence of...
Do I need SSL?
If you are creating a web-based form where you want the visitor to enter data and submit the form...
Do you offer shared SSL?
Shared SSL allows you to share an SSL certificate on a common domain rather than needing to...
How do I request an SSL certificate for my site?
We can install an SSL certificate for you on your site for a one time additional fees plus the...
I can't get SSL to work with my frame pages. Why?
A frame of a frames page cannot be served securely. For a framed page to be served securely the...
What is a digital key? What is a certificate?
SSL uses a public key - private key system for its encrypting. The public key is used to encrypt...
What is SSL?
SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. It is an emerging standard developed by Netscape...
What's the difference between using my own certificate and using your shared one?
There are no differences besides comestic wise.E.g.https://www.yourdomain.com/ (using your own...
Why do I get the message 'some items are insecure'?
For a server to serve a page securely all items, including graphics, must be accessed using the...
Why do my pages load more slowly when I use SSL?
SSL pages are slower because of the overhead needed to encrypt and decrypt the data. The web...