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A quick look shows that the reduced price is only available when you buy the certificate for 1 year. Each additional year is priced fully, which mean's it's probably just a quick sale to get people singed up (with a loss?) and then get money when the extend the subscription. It's also problematic to switch back to non-ssl from a SEO perspective - you would ...


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This might help you: https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=yourwebsite.com I recently used this to test security. This returns which protocals are used, possible vulnarebilities, keylengths and certificate chain order. They give you all sorts of information, very useful, I recommend this for everyone, just do a simple check, it's free and only ...


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It's a common mistake to think that when you create your own SSL certificate they are self-signed. You can also create your own CA, and sign your certificates with it (yeah, the CA certificate will be self signed too, but so are the "real" CA certificates - every certificate chain is started by the CA certificate, and CA is created from scratch). The main ...


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It's important to understand that SSL certificates come in two "flavors": Self-signed - In which case, you generate them entirely on your own with no additional cost. CA-signed - In which case, a recognized certificate authority (Symantec, GeoTrust, GoDaddy, etc) signs the cert. Is this a public facing website? If so, then I'd strongly suggest ...



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