Re: SSL Certificates

Adam Dillaplain ( )
Wed, 18 Jun 1997 21:22:19 -0500

If you use approach #2, you have to buy a new cert for each company/domain
($290.00 from Verisign). If you can convince them that the comapanies are
related, it is $290 for the first and $90 each additional. We use the
shared approach with a BIG disclaimer on each SSL page.


At 01:13 AM 6/18/97 -0600, you wrote:
>How do most of you guys deal with SSL? Management here has suggested
>purchasing one SSL certificate under our ISP company name & using it for
>any business clients who wish to have secure order forms. I was under the
>opinion, however, that it would be preferable for each business client to
>purchase their own SSL certificate so that any Internet related CreditCard
>troubles are reflected on the client business company name & not our own.
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