Can you imagine a situation when clients are hacked even before they connect to website they are willing to browse. That's the trick which hackers use to hack websites even highly secure websites!!

Are you using SSL certificate on your web server? A website using SSL certificate is considered as safe but SSL certificate installed on server will work only after a successful connection with web server.

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Comodo is Re-branded as SECTIGO

Francisco Partners take over Comodo Certificate Authority in 2017 and now Francisco Partners announced that it will be known as Sectigo. This was a decision that has been in the works for a while now and stems from the acquisition of the Comodo Certificate Authority by Francisco Partners almost a year ago.

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Nicholas Perkins August 5, 2018

Yesterday my friend Michelle was browsing her website to make sure that everything is working fine as it was earlier. But suddenly she noted the message in address bar of chrome which read as "Not Secure" she shocked because earlier there was no such message and her site was working fine. You may also come through such message on chrome that your website is not secure. This message is the part of recent update or upgrade of chrome browser. The Google Chrome browser, version 68 or higher, display a new “Not Secure” warning that appears anytime you or your customers are visiting an insecure web page.

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Nicholas Perkins January 29, 2018

SSL renewal is same as ssl installation at first time except that in some servers we need not to generate a fresh CSR but in case we want to change business details or hosting server then new CSR generation is mandatory. SSL certificate can not renew just buy paying term rental as we do for hosting and domain renewal services. Once the SSL Certificate expire, it is not possible to extend its expiry date as it is hardcoded and encrypted in the certificate itself. So to extend the date we need to sign a new CSR with new or existing business details and install that fresh certificate on the server.

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