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How do I move my cert from one server or ISP to another?

Moving to another server is not as easy as simply moving the certificate. Moving to another server actually depends on whether you can:
1. Export your private key from your current ISP/ server in a standard format.
2. Import the private key into the new server.
If you are movi ...

What is a name server?

A name server is a program that listens for and answers requests for domain name information. When it is registered, each domain name must be associated with a minimum of two name servers (primary and secondary) and a maximum of thirteen.Name servers are typically of the format & ...

The security padlock is not displayed in my browser when accessing my secure page!

First make sure that you are accessing your secure page via HTTPS. The padlock will not display if you use non-secure HTTP.

How can I check the size of my key or certificate?

Some web servers will display this information in the properties of your key or certificate. Or, you can connect to a secure page on your server using Internet Explorer (Netscape does not display this information). Internet Explorer: File | Properties > click on 'Certificate' for ...

What is a domain name?

Similar to how your house address indicates where you live in the world, a domain name indicates where your computer's location is on the Internet. Organizations that do business over the Internet want domain names (addresses) that are easy to remember and that are closely re ...

What is a dynamic Site Seal? Do I need one?

A dynamic site seal is a security icon graphic for you to display on your site. This prominently displayed smart site seal guarantees online visitors they will receive the highest level of encryption possible. Clicking the seal reveals the authenticity of your site.

Get a site ...

The easiest (and cheapest) way to prevent most cybersquatting is to register a few basic variations of your company name before the damage is done.

Isn't this going to get expensive? Registering protective domain names is now becoming a necessary and expected cost for doing business on the Internet. Luckily the domain registration industry has been recently de-regulated. Domains which have traditionally cost $70 to register ...