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If I understand correctly, the phaseout is based on the post-2016 expiration date of the SHA-1. This mostly deals with certs that have been registered for a period beyond 2015. According to the way they are wording this, certs expiring in 2014/2015 should be ok and won't flag warning. According to Digicert: November 2014 - SHA-1 SSL Certificates expiring ...


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Here's the solution I went with. Please post if you have a better idea: I took the proxy domain mailing address that my registrar provides for whois queries and I used it as my SSL cert mailing address.


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Different SSL cert suppliers require different things. Each will require, at a minimum, the domain name being secured. Of course they will. A cert is designed to protect a specific domain name, and is issued for that name. So the domain name itself is not private. Why not simply use an e-mail address attached to that domain name? EV (extended validation) ...


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Apache can be configured to serve different SSL for each of your IP addresses. To do so, you need to set up Virtual hosts for each IP address on port 433. For example: Listen 2.2.2.2:443 Listen 3.3.3.3:443 <VirtualHost 2.2.2.2:443> ServerName secure.com DocumentRoot /home/foo/secure.com SSLEngine on SSLCertificateFile ...


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I had a chance to look at some schema and data elements that Google keeps a couple of years ago so I am going off of 2 year old memory. There was nothing that I recall about the lifetime of the certificate. However, there were metrics for certificates including dates and who issued the certificate. As I recall, the business rule was: Is the certificate ...


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The following browsers do support SNI: Internet Explorer 7 of newer, on Windows Vista of newer. Mozilla Firefox 2.0 of later Opera 8.0 or newer (TLS 1.1 protocol needs to be enabled) Opera Mobile with at least version 10.1 b├Ęta on Android Google Chrome (Vista or newer. XP on Chrome 6 or newer) OS X 10.5.7 or newer on Chrome 5.0.342.1 or newer Safari 2.1 of ...



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