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THE END OF THE SHA-1 TO SHA-2 MIGRATION:
OUR TIPS FOR A SMOOTH TRANSITION
The end of SHA-1 is imminent. Google Chrome is already displaying alert icons for all secure sites using SHA-1 SSL certificates (depending on their expiration date). Whether you are already one of our customers or not, at can assist you with the transition to SHA-2, sparing you: p>
- The appearance of warning icons and the mistrust of your users
- Loss of website confidence and income
- A complicated handling of the transition resulting in time wasted
As part of our SHA-2 migration offer, we are providing very competitive upgrades to new clients who are transferring their SSL certificates to us. Contact our experts today at 0203 143 4120 (London office) or email email@example.com to discover the savings you can make by working with us.
You can also find here all the information you may need to help you easily and efficiently manage the SHA-1 to SHA-2 transition.
How do I know if my SSL Certificate uses SHA-1?
Use our online detection tool: SHA-1 checker
What is SHA?
See our blog post: "SHA-2: your questions answered".
What connection does Google have to the end of SHA-1?
What are the compatibility issues with SHA-2?
See our article on the subject in our Knowledge Base: Which browsers and Operating Systems are compatible with SHA-2?