A warning is displayed in the Chrome console window regarding your certificate
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.
This indicates that the certificate needs to be reissued. This is a result of the Browser distrust.
The Norton Secured Seal can provide significant assurance to your website visitors. It is available in a variety of sizes and with or without animation.
The following SSL certificates are present in Windows Mobile 5/6 devices and the majority of smartphone devices.
All certificates come with a 30 day refund guarantee. This article applies to orders placed via our retail website. Orders placed via the bulk issuance or reseller system are automatically credited once they are cancelled.
From 31st December 2013 All 1024-bit SSL certificates will no longer be accepted by any browser
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Renewing your certificate is almost exactly the same as purchasing a new certificate.