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Can I order an SSL certificate for a .me or .so domain name?
The domain extensions .me and .so are country code domains for Montenegro and Somalia. Due to arms embargoes SSL certificates cannot be...
How can I test for HTTPS in a Rewrite Rule?
In order to test if a connection is being made using SSL encryption you need to use the HTTPS environment variable. This will either be "on" if...
How can I use OpenCart with a shared SSL?
Unfortunately you can't. OpenCart requires a dedicated SSL in order to function properly. Using the shared SSL...
I have bought a secure certificate (SSL) with you, how do I add a GlobalSign smart seal image verifier?
Once the certificate has been installed, you can get the code for the site seal image from GlobalSign's website, here:...
I have bought a secure certificate (SSL) with you, how do I know it has been installed correctly?
You need to visit your domain using "https://" at the start including the "www." part of your domain. Remember your secure certificate is...
I have ordered an SSL certificate or I have renewed my SSL certificate, but it does not look to be active
Our SSL certificates are provided by GlobalSign, and upon purchase, they send an authorisation email to confirm the certificate's creation....
What is the set up procedure for an Extended SSL Certificate?
When you first purchase an Extended Validation certificate, you will be contacted by GlobalSign directly. The entire authorisation and set up...
What version is your shared SSL certificate?
All our shared SSL certificates are Version 3.0 signed by Equifax Global, using AES 256bit encryption.
Who supplies you with the SSL certificates?
Our SSL certificates are supplied by GlobalSign.
Why doesn't my SSL certificate appear valid in old versions of Internet Explorer?
A new way to serve SSL certificates SSL certificates could only be set up on a one-per-IP address basis in the past. While this one-to-one...
Why is my secure site not showing the padlock in the browser?
The main reason for this is the use of a http:// link to a graphic or script inside the site rather than a virtual reference to the file which...