Frequently Asked Questions - General
Yes, a reminder e-mail for expiring certificates is sent 30 days and 10 days before expiration to the e-mail address used for the order.
Paper-based procedures negatively impact our environment. Therefore, invoicing as well as offer- and contract-management at GlobalProtec are fully electronic: Digital procedures are quick, efficient and save time and resources on both the sender’s and the receiver’s side.
As of July 1, 2012, the use of Certificates containing Reserved IP Address or Internal Server Name was deprecated by the CA / Browser Forum and the practice was eliminated by October 2016. Also as of July 1, 2012, the Certificate Providers stopped issuing certificates with an Expiry Date later than 31 October 2015 with a Subject Alternative Name (SAN) extension or Subject Common Name (CN) field containing a Reserved IP Address or Internal Server Name. Effective 1 October 2016, Certificate Providers have revoked all unexpired certificates of this type.
|For websites and servers that only need a secure connection (https). Common applications for this certificate type are webmail, OWA, intranet, extranet or Citrix Secure Gateway.
|For applications, where not only a secure connection, but also trust in the owner of the service is important. Common applications:
e-commerce websites and applications with customer login.
|Highest quality level, for applications with highest requirements regarding security and trustworthiness. Common applications: e-banking, e-commerce or e-government websites.
|Rates for 1 year starting at
|max. 2 work days
|up to 10 work days
|Max. certificate lifetime
|Extended Validation Guidelines
|Green browser-adress line
|Company name in certificate
|UCC / SAN SSL
|OCSP and CRL validity check
|Browser ubiquity >99%
|Minimum key length 2048bit