SHA2 what you don't know, are you at risk?
TraceyMc 0600025VSQ Visits (8553)
Not using SHA2, you don't know what you are missing...
Many companies are upgrading to SHA2 SSL certificates also known as SHA-256.
You might be thinking what is SAH2?... Let me tell you!
SHA is a component of an SSL certificate used to ensure that data has not been modified, all SSL certificates users are impacted with the cryoptographic hash change.
How do you know whether my website is using SHA-1 or SHA-2 certificates?
Simply put you URL here - http
When do I need to replace my certificates?
Replacing the default SSL certificate with a certificate signed by a Certificate Authority
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