Unfortunately, there are no SHA1 SSL/TLS certificates for your old system. According to the CAB (Certificate Authority & Browser) forum, SHA1-SSL/TLS certificates may no longer be issued; SHA1 root and SHA1 intermediate certificates have already been withdrawn. For further questions, please contact our support team at the phone number +49 661 480 276 10.
If you need any help or support with the installation of your new SSL/TLS certificate and you do not have a service provider at your side, we will be glad to assist you with the installation of your new SSL certificate. You can book our installation service with us before ordering your new SSL/TLS certificate. […]
To answer the question which S/MIME certificate you need for a standard e-mail address, we must first define it: What are standard e-mail addresses? These are for example info-, support- or helpdesk-addresses. These standard e-mail addresses can always be secured with a Class1 (e-mail-validated) certificate. However, if you prefer an organization-validated S/MIME certificate for your […]
A code signing certificate that you want to use to sign Java applications can also be ordered as a multi-platform certificate, but only if you have opted for a code signing certificate that supports Java. Please refer to the respective product descriptions. For further questions, please contact our support team at +49 661 480 276 […]
For an e-mail encoded with an S/MIME certificate, only the e-mail content (body) is encrypted. The e-mail header (the transport information) remains readable in plain text.
Unfortunately, you cannot transfer an S/MIME certificate to another e-mail address. E-mail certificates are individual items that are only issued to a specific e-mail address and cannot be changed afterwards. For further questions, please contact our support team at +49 661 480 276 10.
To activate the time stamp for Comodo you need the following URL: http://timestamp.comodoca.co This time stamp server supports these two time stamp protocols listed below RFC 3161 Time Stamp is used by SignTool (with the parameter „/ tr“) and other applications (such as Jarsigner). The Comodo Time Stamp Server automatically selects the corresponding signature algorithm […]
With code-signing-certificates, which are identified as „multi-platform“, different applications can be signed. For all other code-signing-certificates, only the supported applications can be signed. The exact descriptions of the respective code-signing-certificates of the individual CAs (Certificate Authority) and which applications you can sign with them can be found in the respective product descriptions at www.psw-group.de/code-signing. For […]
Every e-mail certificate from our portfolio is publicly recognised! If you have specific requirements or specifications regarding a provider, please contact our support team. We will be happy to advise you and help you select the appropriate certificate.
A combination of an S/MIME-Certificate and an SSL/TLS-Certificate doesn’t exist for the reason that they serve drastically different purposes. An S/MIME-Certificate secures the encrypted conversation via e-mail. Therefore it prevents an involuntary flow of information to third parties and secures the electronic correspondence with customers and business partners. An SSL/TLS-Certificate encrypts the transport path between […]