A warning is displayed in the Chrome console window regarding your certificate
You can achieve this using OpenSSL. (Mac OSX includes OpenSSL within Terminal.app)
SHA is a popular hashing algorithm used by the majority of SSL certificates. As computing power has increased the feasibility of breaking the SHA1 hash has increased.
This usually means the implementation of SSL on your server is not correct. The error is usually caused by a server side problem which the server administrator will need to investigate.
This message is sometimes displayed when accessing an SSL page via a proxy (including our own payment page PayPal).
Customers affected by the upcoming distrust of Symantec, Geotrust, Thawte and RapidSSL certificates have a number of options prior to the September deadline to ease the reissue process.
All certificates issued by Servertastic are SHA256. However some certificates chain to a SHA1 root which is what the PCI scan is detecting. This can be resolved by reissuing your certificate and choosing the option SHA2-FULL-CHAIN.
Due to the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) the whois email address is no longer listed for domain validation.
The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) take effect on 25 May 2018 within the EU. As a UK company Servertastic Limited is required to be compliant with GDPR.
Error produced by Firefox when visiting website secured by a no longer trusted certificate.