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Knowledgebase : SSL Certificates
Only if you obtain a secure certificate for your domain name.. Certificates may be obtained from Verisign, Thawte, or any other authorized CA (Certifying Authority).
If you already have the certificate and can send us a backup file of the certificate that has been generated on the previous web server, as well as the password associated with the certificate file, we can install it on the web server.   If you can...
When you change from non-secure (HTTP) to secure protocol (HTTPS), any cookies or client variables you are using with one protocol will not be recognized from one state to the next.   This is true since the web server views activity under each diff...
The major difference in between a shared & dedicated Secure Certificate is the appearence of URL and how it will appear to your customers. With a Shared Secure Certificate, the URL may look something like this:https://ourservername.com/~yourwebsi...
If you are creating a web-based form where you want the visitor to enter data and submit the form to the web server for processing, you may want to use SSL (secure socket layer) encryption service. This is especially true if you are entering credit card n...
Shared SSL allows you to share an SSL certificate on a common domain rather than needing to purchase a separate SSl certificate specifically for your site. Yes,we offer Shared SSL without any extra cost.
We can install an SSL certificate for you on your site for a one time additional fees plus the cost of the certificate. There may also be an additional minimal monthly charge for the static IP that is required to install SSL on your domain (if it's not in...
A frame of a frames page cannot be served securely. For a framed page to be served securely the entire frames page and all pages within the frame must be accessed securely.
SSL uses a public key - private key system for its encrypting. The public key is used to encrypt the information. However, only the private key can be used to decrypt this information. This allows the public key to be known to all so that encrypted inform...
SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. It is an emerging standard developed by Netscape Communications to transfer information securely across the Internet. SSL will enable your customer's browser to connect to your web site and transparently negotiate a sec...
There are no differences besides comestic wise.   E.g. https://www.yourdomain.com/ (using your own SSL)https://servername.secureguards.com/~username/ (using our SSL)
For a server to serve a page securely all items, including graphics, must be accessed using the https:// protocol. If you are receiving a message stating some items are insecure then you have at least one item that will be served unsecurely. 
SSL pages are slower because of the overhead needed to encrypt and decrypt the data. The web server must spend extra time encrypting the data before it is transmitted to your computer.   Likewise, your computer must then decrypt the information. T...
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