SSL Certificate Issuance Insurance

It is important to keep your SSL Certificate investment safe from unexpected server crashes! Issuance insurance is useful if your server crashes or you need to move your SSL Certificate from one server to another with ease.

 What Is Issuance Insurance 

Issuance insurance will allow you to submit a new request for an SSL Certificate completely free of charge. Your SSL Certificate will be reissued with any existing validity that was remaining on your original certificate.

You will need to ensure your product includes issuance insurance or allows you to purchase it during the initial ordering process.

If you don't have issuance insurance and you unexpectedly lose your SSL Certificate or Private Key you will have to purchase the full priced product again.

 How Long Is Issuance Insurance Valid 

You can make a claim for issuance insurance during the validity of your SSL Certificate. Generally you can have your SSL Certificate issued an unlimited amount of times.

 Which Products Support Issuance Insurance 

All of our production SSL Certificate products support the use of issuance insurance. Site seal products do not require the issuance insurance product as they are easily installed with html code.

 How Do Make An Issuance Insurance Claim 

If your SSL Certificate included issuance insurance or you have paid for issuance insurance please Contact Us so we may assist you with having your SSL Certificate reissued.


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