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Symantec Secure Site Pro SSL Certificates

VeriSign SSL Certificates are now from Symantec

Protect your business from attack with the strongest SSL encryption available to the most site visitors. This website security solution features true 128-bit encryption, the Norton Secured Seal, vulnerability assessment, and website malware scanning to help you take action against critical website weaknesses.

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Symantec Trust Center

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Symantec Trust Center Enterprise Account

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Renew without a Sign In

Search for your SSL certificate by common name, order number or serial number and use your challenge phrase. A Symantec Trust Center Account will be automatically created.

Purchase a New Symantec SSL Certificate

If any information in the Distinguished Name field has changed, you need to purchase a new certificate.

Licensing

Symantec will pro-rate the amount remaining on your current SSL Certificate when you upgrade to a higher level. Click upgrade after you sign in.

Customers Gain Confidence with the Green Address Bar

Online shoppers recognize the green address bar as an easy and reliable way to verify site identity and security. They are more likely to enter their credit card and/or other confidential financial information into a website with the SSL EV green bar. For better online performance and added customer confidence, choose Secure Site Pro with EV SSL Certificates.
NOTE: Microsoft IIS users need a new Certificate Signing Request (CSR)
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Community Spotlight

The SSL 3.0 Vulnerability – POODLE Bug (AKA POODLEbleed)

A bug has been found in the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 3.0 cryptography protocol (SSLv3) which could be exploited to intercept data that’s supposed to be encrypted between computers and servers. Three Google security researchers discovered the flaw and detailed how it could be exploited through what they called a Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy...

Posted: 15-Oct-2014 10:52:12 AM

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