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Organization Validation (OV) for SSL Certificates

OV, or Extended Validation Certificates require more validation steps than a basic DV certificate. The below articles will walk you through the process of completing Extended Validation for an SSL Certificate

  • Organization Authentication Requirements for OV SSL Certificates

    The first requirement for an Organization Validation SSL certificate is called Organization Authentication. This is where the Certificate Authority (CA)...
  • Locality Presence Verification Requirements for OV SSL Certificates

    After Organization Authentication, the next requirement for an Organization Validated SSL certificate is proving Locality Presence. For this requirement, the...
  • Telephone Verification Requirements for OV SSL Certificate

    One of the more straightforward requirements in the Organization Validation process is Telephone Verification. Do you have a telephone number...
  • Domain Verification Requirements for OV SSL Certificates

    The next requirement for Organization Validated SSL is Domain Verification. This is where the Certificate Authority (CA) will attempt to...
  • Final Verification Call for OV SSL Certificates

    The Final Verification call is the last requirement for an Organization Validated SSL certificate. It’s simple, the Certificate Authority (CA)...
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