When you visit website sometimes, a warning pop up on your screen stating, “The certificate is revoked”. Certificate revocation is intended to alert users about an untrusted website and to save user against fraud and threats.
Why Does It Happen?
A Certificate can be revoked if user has
Browser warnings occurs only when a browser find a problem in site either related to Malware, phishing warning or SSL certificate warning.
In a study prepared by Google and Berkeley University showed that majority users avoid such warnings and become victim of cyber attacks.
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You opened your website to see how fascinating it looks (from user point of view). You are tempted to set on with business as now you have secured your website with world’s most convenient and trusted technique 'SSL certificates'. In-between this, a dialog box pops-up displaying the error message
The security certificate presented to this website has expired or is not yet valid.
As mentioned earlier, SSL certificates issued by the Certificate Authorities have an expiry date which is written in the certificate, itself. For example, a standard SSL certificate named Rapi
The security certificate presented to this website was issued for a different website’s address.
This error is widely known as the ‘name mismatch error’. In this error, the common name of the domain recorded in the SSL certificate does not matches the address typed in the
Having an SSL certificate is must nowadays for all those who wish their business remains safe from the unexpected circumstances. SSL not only secures your data and communication through encryption but also preserves your business’s integration.
But only purchasing the certificate is not enough