Universal Device and OS Compatibility
Digital-Claps’s SSL certificates are transparently trusted by all popular browsers, applications, devices and operating systems. Hence, no matter what device, OS or browser your visitors use, they automatically see and trust your SSL security.
Digital-Claps’s SSL certificates are validated by GlobalSign, who mandates 2048 bit keys across its entire Digital Certificate portfolio in compliance with CA/Browser Forum guidelines and NIST recommendations.
Click here to see the complete list of supported browsers, applications, devices, OSs and platforms.
Why does this matter?
SSL certificate compatibility is a very important factor to consider when you are deciding on an SSL provider. SSL Certificates are only recognized by a browser if the Root Certificate of the CA is present within the “trusted Root Certificates” store of the browser.
CA Root Certificates are added into the trusted Root Certificate store by the browser or operating system vendor, such as Microsoft or Netscape. In general SSL vendors need to be audited to WebTrust complaint standards set by the AICPA.
If you use an extremely cheap, low end technology SSL Certificate, that has been issued by a CA Root Certificate not present in the trusted Root Certificate store in one of the commercially available browsers then the visitor’s browser will display a warning message. Clearly, you need to avoid such warnings.
Digital-Claps’s SSL certificates are compatible with all the major browsers, OSs, devices and applications, and that’s what makes them worth paying for.