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The Best Practice of SSL Certificate on Microsoft Exchange Server 2016

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Everything you need to know for managing SSL certificate on MS Exchange Server 2016

Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 is one of the most widely-used and most popular server platforms in existence. So it only reasons that many people would like to know what SSL/TLS best practices are for MS Exchange 2016. That’s why we’re here.

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Apache: Enable Multiple SSL On One IP Using SNI through Virtual Host

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Here’s how you can use multiple SSL certificates on a single IP address, thanks to SNI

When you have multiple websites and want to run them on one IP address, you use name-based virtual hosting. Using a name-based host, you can quickly direct a user to the right site. However, this becomes a problem while using SSL/TLS certificates. That’s because SSL/TLS involves a handshake between client and server. HTTP header can only be sent after the handshake. As a result, the server doesn’t know which website it should serve. That’s why forces some people to purchase separate IP address

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Multi-Domain SAN SSL Certificate Compatibility

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What browsers support Multi Domain SSL or SAN SSL Certificate

A SAN SSL Certificate, sometimes referred to a Multi-Domain, allows you to encrypt up to 250 different domains on a single SSL certificate. That’s pretty impressive. That would be like if 250 people could share a driver’s license [Editor’s Note: This is a terrible comparison].

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The Difference Between Multi-Domain SSL and Wildcard SSL Certificates

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Taking a look at the various features of two of the most versatile SSL Certificate available

When it comes to securing your portfolio of websites, two of the most versatile SSL Certificates available are the Multi-Domain SSL Certificate and the Wildcard SSL Certificate. Both are invaluable when it comes to encrypting multiple sites, but the two SSL Certificates also have some major differences.

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Why is a SAN SSL Certificate the best choice for Microsoft Server Security?

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Understand SAN SSL Security for Microsoft Web Server Security

E-mails, Calendars and other similar applications have become some of the most important tools in today’s net-savvy era. And with the introduction of many efficient versions of Microsoft Exchange, many businesses today are capable of carrying out constant communication to boost productivity and maintain a competitive edge. But this proficiency and the ever-growing competence brought along an intimidating risk of being robbed of all the sensitive and private information being transferred. To combat this hazardous situation, SSL certificates act as a perfect shield to render security against any such identity or data thefts online.

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Key Elements of a SAN Certificate for Exchange Servers 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016

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Premium Tips to Understand SAN Certificate for Microsoft Exchange Servers 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016 Security

Many types of SSL security certificates are available to secure communications between a client and a server. However, the Subject Alternative Name SSL (SAN SSL) is most beneficial for those who need to secure multiple servers or domains without utilizing numerous SSL certificates.

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Symantec SAN SSL: The World-Class SSL Security Solution

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The World’s Most Recognized Trust Mark is the “Norton Secured Seal”

 

E-commerce businesses should use the reputations that are already built by major Certificate Authorities. These businesses can delight in the successful advertising campaigns, especially campaigns they didn’t have to run, which can directly benefit them.  The best advertisement in terms of web security is seeing the use of the company seal on major corporate websites (i.e. financial, networking, social sites). This is one of the primary benefits when deciding to employ a major brand of an SSL certificate. The Subject Alternative Name (SAN) SSL Certificate is already an outstandingly useful certificate, but add the visual credibility of the Norton Secured Seal, and it’s gold. Worldwide recognition of this seal boosts customer confidence, creating a double benefit by way of feature and familiarity.

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How Can Unified Communications (UCC SSL) Secures Multiple Websites

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UCC SSL Certificate to Secure Multiple Domains on Multiple Web Server

The fast-paced style of today’s business world requires quick thinking and communication. With its state-of-the-art instant communications services, unified communications / UCC SSL can bring a business into the future and beyond.

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Why Multi Domain SSL becomes the most cost effective SSL security

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Multi-Domain SAN SSL Certificate Security to Protect Multiple Domains

Multi Domain SSL

Business success mandates a high level of online trust and security over enterprise data assets. This often requires frequent and expensive updates to the IT security infrastructure. It is a challenge for every CIO to provide the highest level of security in compliance with industry-wide security regulations while maintaining the cost of delivering service to the end consumer within manageable limits.

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