AlpiroSSL SSL certificates
What information is included in AlpiroSSL certificates?
The information below is always included in each AlpiroSSL SSL certificate:
- fully qualified domain name (plus SAN extension to secure such domain without "www"), or a subdomain
- public key
Are AlpiroSSL certificates supported by all web browsers?
Yes, the AlpiroSSL SSL certificates are fully trusted by all major web browsers (including Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Internet Explorer etc.) among most modern operating systems (including Windows, Mac OS and most Linux distributions) and mobile devices. A security warning regarding untrusted SSL certificate will never appear to your visitors again. Remember it is essential to install your AlpiroSSL on the server correctly together with the AlpiroSSL intermediate CA certificate to assure the certificate behaves properly.
What is the compatibility with servers?
Simply, if your server supports SSL certificates, then it also supports AlpiroSSL. You can install AlpiroSSL certificate on any web server or mail server (SMTP, POP3, IMAP), or secure a database or FTP server.
How about support by mobile devices?
AlpiroSSL certificates are fully compatible with and trusted by most mobile platforms, including iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry and Firefox OS. However, very old versions of some mobile operating systems may not support wildcard SSL certificates as these do not support wildcard character in the certificate.
Which signature algorithm is used by AlpiroSSL?
All AlpiroSSL SSL certificates use the strong SHA-2 (sha256) signature algorithm. SSL certificates with older SHA-1 algorithm are no longer being issued.
What is actually the Wildcard SSL certificate?
A wildcard SSL certificate secures a whole domain name including all its subdomains. With a single AlpiroSSL Wildcard SSL certificate issued for *.alpirossl.cz, you can secure: