Why You Need the Sectigo Order Status Checker Our Certificate Authority (CA) partner Sectigo has created an online tool that lets you conveniently keep up to date with the validation status of your SSL. If any of these scenarios match your experience, the SSL Validation Tool will be helpful: You bought and activated an SSL ..
The reason we can’t take action in this case is that the Certificate Authority (CA) needs explicit approval from a person who has Admin access to the domain before they issue the SSL Certificate. Domain Control Validation (DCV) is mandatory for all SSLs. Only you or an authorized person in your company will have access ..
Your SSL Certificate will remain in your Account as Pending status, unless you request a Cancellation. Approval emails from the Certificate Authority remain valid for 30 days after they’re sent. After that, the code they contain for Domain Control Validation (DCV) expires. If that happens, view the steps to resend the approval email. You can ..
The difference in coverage of www and non-www hostnames is determined by the technical features of a particular SSL. Single-domain and Wildcard certificates we provide support automatic coverage of both www and non-www domains. The exception is Multi-Domain Certificates, these consider www.example.com and example.com to be two different domains. The tables below represent www and ..
Bear in mind that your approval email may take up to 15 minutes to arrive after you complete activation of your SSL Certificate. If it still hasn’t arrived at the address you chose after that time, you can change the approval email address by choosing from an applicable list of valid options that are connected ..
There are many reasons why a CSR may be invalid. When you create the CSR make sure: The common name is an FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name) like example.com or sub.example.com. Check the common name field. You may have specified an IP address (e.g. 198.51.100.10) or a server name (e.g. mywebserver) instead of a Fully ..
Right after a successful checkout you can see your newly purchased certificate in your account. The biggest concern at this stage is that your new certificate is not assigned to any domain or subdomain name. It is a tabula rasa for now which can be “attached” to a domain (or subdomain) you have registered or ..
Simply add the desired certificate at SSLs.com to the cart clicking on a little basket icon shown on the product card: Click on the Checkout button on the right: After choosing the payment method and filling out the required details, confirm the purchase. Once the checkout is complete, click on the top black bar with ..
If your SSL Certificate has been activated but not issued i.e. you’ve bought it but haven’t gone through validation with the Certificate Authority, contact us and we can correct the spelling of your domain name. Reach our Support Team via Ticket or 24/7 Live Chat (by clicking on the blue bubble found at the lower ..
Our in-browser CSR code generator (which can be used for all SSL Certificates except Multi-Domains), supports a wide range of IDN for these top level domains: AC AR AS AT BIZ BR BV CAT CH CL CN COM DE DK EE ES EU FI GR HK HR HU IL INFO IO IS IT JP KR ..
Email Validation HTTP Validation DNS Validation Domain Control Validation (DCV) is needed before the Certificate Authority (CA) will issue your SSL Certificate. They need to verify you have admin control of the website you’re looking to encrypt. You can update your preferred DCV method in the Comodo Order Status panel. You have three options to ..
Before Comodo (now Sectigo) Certificate Authority can issue your certificate, they have to verify your domain ownership. This process is called Domain Control Validation (DCV). You can find general requirements for domain validation here. This article describesthe the DCV process for GoDaddy domains. In order to change the selected DCV method or force HTTP/DNS check, ..
If you’ve not received an approval email from the Certificate Authority at the address you selected during Certificate activation, first check your Junk and Spam boxes and make sure your email is active. Next, you’ll need to get the approval email resent to you. Follow these steps: 1. Go to Purchased certs; 2. Click Details ..
1. Certificate Activation 2. Domain Validation 3. Subscriber Agreement 4. Organization Validation 5. Callback Verification 6. Second Approval Common Issues Additional Information 1. Certificate Activation Get started with domain setup to activate the SSL Certificate on your website. Make sure you supply accurate details of your organization and the full-time employee. 2. Domain Validation When ..
PositiveSSL & EssentialSSL Certificate activation InstantSSL, PremiumSSL and EV SSL Certificate activation Multi-Domain Certificate activation Next steps Activation is a simple process where you submit your domain information to the Certificate Authority. Follow the steps below to start the activation process: Log in to your account on SSLs.com. You will see a list of Purchased ..