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 How to add a CAA record on 1and1

Step-by-step instructions on adding a CAA record on 1and1 CAA records are fairly new, they’re a DNS record that dictates which Certificate Authorities have permission to issue SSL certificates for a given domain. CAs have to check but end users...

 How to add a CAA record on Bluehost

Step-by-step instructions on adding a CAA record on Bluehost Your CAA record tells Certificate Authorities whether or not they have permission to issue SSL certificates for your website. It’s optional for users, but CAs have to check them. While...

 How to add a CAA record on Dreamhost

Step-by-step instructions on adding a CAA record on Dreamhost Your CAA record is what lets a Certificate Authority know if it’s OK to issue an SSL certificate to you. A CAA can tell a CA that it can or can’t, based on how you set it up. All CAs...

 How to add a CAA record on Gandi

Step-by-step instructions on adding a CAA record on Gandi As of the Fall of 2017, Certificate Authorities are required to check DNS CAA records before issuing SSL certificates. A CAA record gives a website the ability to dictate which CAs can and...

 How to add a CAA Record on GoDaddy

Step-by-step instructions on adding a CAA record on GoDaddy Checking CAA records is now mandatory for all Certificate Authorities. Though you don’t have to, we recommend setting up a DNS CAA record so that you can dictate which CAs can and can’t...

 How to add a CAA record on Hostgator

Step-by-step instructions on adding a CAA record on Hostgator CAA records allow you to determine which Certificate Authorities can and can’t issue SSL certificates for your website. It’s a useful tool in fighting mis-issuances. Though it’s not...

 How to add a CAA record on Hover

Step-by-step instructions on adding a CAA record on Hover Certificate Authorities are now required to check DNS CAA records before issuing SSL certificates. A CAA record simply tells CAs whether or not they’re authorized to issue for a give...

 How to add a CAA record on Name.com

Step-by-step instructions on adding a CAA record on Name.com Your CAA record tells the world which Certificate Authorities are authorized to issue SSL certificates for your website. CAs are required to check a domain’s DNS CAA record before...

 How to add a CAA record on NameCheap

Step-by-step instructions on adding a CAA record on NameCheap CAA records are DNS records that dictate which Certificate Authorities can issue SSL certificates for your websites and what CAs can’t. While CAA records are optional for users, we...

 How to add a CAA record on Network Solutions

Step-by-step instructions on adding a CAA record on Network Solutions Adding a DNS CAA record to your website is a great way to prevent mis-issuance. That’s because it restricts what Certificate Authorities can and cannot issue SSL certificates...

 How to add a CAA record on Register.com

Step-by-step instructions on adding a CAA record on Register.com A DNS CAA record is a fairly new innovation that gives a domain the power to dictate what certificate authorities have authorization to issue SSL certificates and which ones don’t....

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