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 Domain Validation (DV) for SSL Certificates

DV or Domain Validated certificates require the fewest validation steps, as its only required that you complete domain authentication. The below articles will walk you through completing Domain Authentication. Domain Validation...

 Extended Validation (EV) for SSL Certificates

EV, or Extended Validation Certificates require the highest level of validation, and provide the most robust trust indicators of any SSL Certificates. The below articles will walk you through the process of completing Extended Validation for...

 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...

 Troubleshooting Email-Based Authentication

You have already purchased your new certificate. You’ve generated it, given it a Common Name, and selected your method of domain validation to be email-based. Great! So, why isn’t the email coming to your inbox? Here are some of the top reasons...

 Troubleshooting File-Based Authentication

File-based authentication allows certificate authorities to validate domain ownership because it requires that you (the domain owner) add specified folders and upload a TXT file that contains a random string of characters to your domain’s file...

 Validation for SSL Certificates

After generation, the next step in the SSL process is to complete the stringent validation process set forth by the issuing Certificate Authority (CA). Each certificate type has a different set of requirements that you or your business has to...

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