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.
If you have lost your certificate, need to move servers or had a problem with the installation then it may be possible to re-issue your certificate at no extra charge providing the common name remains exactly the same.
During the checkout process you have the ability to enter a Purchase Order reference.
The following SSL certificates are present in Windows Mobile 5/6 devices and the majority of smartphone devices.
Receive up to 12 additional months on your certificate when switching from a competitor.
Authentication for Servertastic websites is now handled by your Servertastic ID.
Domain validated SSL certificates can be issued very quickly. But before the certificate can be issued you must be able to validate ownership. There are three options available to do this automatically.
Once you have installed the certificate in Parallels Panel you need to then assign it to a web site.
From 31st December 2013 All 1024-bit SSL certificates will no longer be accepted by any browser
You can do this by logging in to your Servertastic Account and clicking Manage SSL Orders
The wildcard SSL certificates issued by ServerTastic cover both *.yourdomain.com and yourdomain.com
This means you have purchased a wildcard SSL certificate but your CSR does not contain a wildcard domain.
You can resend the approver email by visiting the order management page either directly or via the my account page on our website.
All certificates come with a 30 day refund guarantee.
We are able to process American Express payments via Servertastic. However these must be done through our third party payment processor PayPal.
This error does not indicate a problem with the SSL certificate.
Due to strict validation requirements set down by all Certificate Authorities wildcard EV certificates are not available from any provider.
Sometimes when you complete the SSL enrolment process for a domain validated certificate such as RapidSSL or QuickSSL Premium you are told that the order has been flagged for manual review.
Renewing your certificate is almost exactly the same as purchasing a new certificate.
When you view products in a currency other than $USD these are based on the current exchange rates.
During the installation process if you receive a “mis-match” error this can mean that the private key does not match the public key.
What might cause errors when cancelling orders?