Could you answer to at least one of these questions:

  1. Is GoDaddy SSL standard certificate compatible with all browsers (Chrome and Safari on iPhone, or Android browsers included)?


  2. Is it running on Apache servers?
  1. Yes
  2. Yes


I use it for all of my clients' websites which are hosted on an Apache powered web server. I obviously wouldn't do that if it wasn't 100% compatible.

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  • Same, never had a problem except for the usual GoDaddy upsell junk. – Thomas Sep 6 '10 at 21:59
  • As mentioned in my own answer, this is simply wrong. There are many old web browsers which do not contain the GoDaddy root certificate. – Mike Scott Sep 10 '12 at 13:07

No, it is certainly not compatible with all browsers, but you'll probably never encounter one that doesn't support it.

GoDaddy have a web page listing their compatibility. Notable exceptions include:

  • Internet Explorer before V5.01
  • Netscape before V4.7
  • Opera before V7.5
  • Safari for Mac OS X before 10.3.4
  • Palm OS before V6.1
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  • Fact: IE1 didnt support https at all! – corn on the cob Oct 7 at 16:48

Yes it is compatible for all browsers.

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Yes all browsers but not versions.

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    Are there any references for this? I do not doubt you- and I realize that the question is essentially a Yes / No question, but it may be important to point to some helpful resources. It may be useful to know which versions of what browsers.Thanks in advance!! – closetnoc Apr 12 '15 at 17:28

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