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  • Avoid Business Disruption

    When SHA-1 is no longer trusted in browsers, your customers will not be able to access sites.

  • Maintain Customer Trust

    SHA-1 warnings undermine your ability to providea secure environment for conducting business.

Get our guide to learn tips and tricks for finding and replacing all vulnerable SHA-1 certificates.
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Switching out SHA-1 certificates is not as easy as you would think. They have a way of surfacing in the most surprising places. Hardened systems. Custom applications. IoT devices. This guide gives you a checklist for finding and updating all of your SHA-1 certificates.

January 2017
Browsers will stop trusting SHA-1 certificates. Customers will not be able to access your sites.
Looming Deadlines
Many browser and OS providers are moving up the date to stop trusting SHA-1 certificates.
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