04 Jan '17, 3pm

A comprehensive guide to SSL certificates

Take note, this practically never happens! If a user were to get scammed by a website, the first course of action they would likely take is to contact their credit card company. However, in order to make good on the warranty, the end user would have to take note of which SSL provider the fraudulent website was using and contact them directly. While having a substantial amount of warranty coverage may give you peace of mind, it’s often used as a tactic to convince you to pay more for the same product.

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