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What Is A Certificate Authority?

Certificate Authority

An SSL certificate serves as a credential in the online world. Each SSL certificate uniquely identifies a specific domain and a web server. Trust of a credential depends on confidence in the organization that issued it. Certificate authorities have a variety of methods to verify information provided by individuals or organizations. Established certificate authorities are well known and trusted by browser vendors.

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