Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a cryptographic protocol that provides communications security over the Internet.

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is RapidSSL wildcard cert supported by major browsers?

I'm thinking of buying a wildcard SSL cert from clickSSL : http://www.clickssl.com/rapidssl/rapidsslwildcard.aspx That would be a rapidssl certificate, and I was looking into my firefox options to ...
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Thawte/GeoTrust/VeriSign 2048 Bit Root migration and Intermediate SSL Certificates

Thawte, GeoTrust, VeriSign and other Certificate Authorities are currently in the process of changing from a 1024 bit MD5 based root certificate to a 2048 bit SHA-1 based root to "keep in line with ...
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Is there a way of using HTTPS with Amazon's CloudFront CDN and CNAMEs?

We use Amazon's CloudFront CDN with custom CNAMEs hanging under the main domain (static1.example.com). Although we can break this uniform appearance and use the original ...
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How to serve static content without https in a secure site?

I want to serve static content from my site but my site is https-only. My static http server only serve http content (non https) but many IE users are complaining about being unable to log into. What ...
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Can I skip the PEM pass phrase question when I restart the webserver?

After buying a multi-domain SSL certificate I have started testing it with the Nginx webserver (following documentation in their SSL wiki page). Everything is fine, it works and I get a green ...
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Is it possible to share SSL certificates across servers?

We have a web application we will be launching soonish and for right now we just have one SSL/HTTPS certificate. We have this one certificate shared across 3 servers(in a cluster for load balancing) ...
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Using wildcard certificates for multi-server deployment

Currently we are deploying a beta API for our services and we want that all request/responses from the API works over https. I'm confused about using wildcard certificates for both api and www urls. ...
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Are the different types of SSL certificates a bit of a scam?

I'm looking into getting a few SSL certificates for domains to cover the following: autodiscover.example.com remote.example.com www.example.com Wildcard certificates are too expensive, so I'm ...
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What do I need to do to enable my site to accept credit cards?

I want to store my customers' credit card information in my database so that they can quickly check out again without having to re-enter their info. What do I need to know about security/https/etc to ...
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If I need HTTPS / SSL encryption on my web site, does it matter who I get my certificate from?

If I need HTTPS / SSL encryption on my web site, does it matter who I get my certificate from? Are some SSL certificate vendors better than others? If so, why?