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Category: Certificate Ordering and Validation

Failed Pre-test?

Failed pre-test? Don’t panic. It’s more common than you might think, which means there’s likely a simple solution. SSL.com has your back.
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An Introduction to Certification Authority Authorization (CAA)

SSL.com’s in-depth look at Certification Authority Authorization (CAA) and how it can help protect your website, your business – and your online reputation.

Created by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and described in RFC 6844, CAA lets the owner of a domain name authorize designated and specific Certification Authorities (CAs) to issue SSL certificates for their domain name.

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