SSL certificates

Started by Svetlana, Aug 04, 2022, 03:41 PM

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SvetlanaTopic starter

SSL certificates.

Please. Tell me. How are you prefer of  the  type of SSL certificates in formsof protection level?
 What do SSL certificates with technology  SGC mean?
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arthyk

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1. Essential SSL certificate - the most demanded among others. All that is required is ownership of the domain name.

2. Instant SSL certificate. Requires rights to a domain, registration of a company or a specific person.

3. SGC SSL certificate is similar to the previous one, but includes support for 40-bit extensions. (required for older OS and browsers).

4. Regular wildcard - also a regular certificate, but issued for the entire system of subdomains of the main domain. (www.domain.com, bill.domain.com and others)

5. EV - Extended Validation Certificate - used exclusively by legal entities. The company's ownership of the domain is checked, as well as notarized translations of documents into English. Requires confirmation by someone else.
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Axellon

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SGC certificates provide so-called step-up encryption in the visitor's browser and switch it from 40/56 bit encryption to 128/256 bit encryption during a secure session on the site. SGC certificates allow you to provide standard 128/256-bit encryption for all your visitors, including those using legacy and international versions of browsers that support 40/56-bit encryption.

Upgrading encryption with SGC certificates is required for users of the following systems:

Internet Explorer export browser versions 3.02 to 5.5
Netscape export browser versions 4.02 to 4.72
Windows 2000 systems prior to March 2001 without Microsoft's High Encryption Pack or Service Pack 2 updates
(Internet Explorer versions below 3.02 and Netscape versions below 4.02 do not provide 128-bit encryption with any SSL certificate)
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