godaddy certs?

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Kremlar

Looking for an inexpensive source of SSL certs. With GoDaddy charging
$89.99 for a UCC cert, it's hard to pass up.

Can anyone comment on GoDaddy certs? Are they automatically trusted by
modern web browsers and phones? What is with their "intermediate" certs
that I see comments about?

Thanks!

 
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Mark Arnold [MVP]

On Mon, 25 Jan 2010 07:16:39 -0500, "Kremlar" <kremlar@hotmail.com>
wrote:

>Looking for an inexpensive source of SSL certs. With GoDaddy charging
>$89.99 for a UCC cert, it's hard to pass up.
>
>Can anyone comment on GoDaddy certs? Are they automatically trusted by
>modern web browsers and phones? What is with their "intermediate" certs
>that I see comments about?
>
>Thanks!
>

Just get the cert for goodness sake. You don't get Danica Patrick
fronting you unless you've got some money and they've been around for
years now.
 
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Ed Crowley [MVP]

I've been successful with them for my customers. You may need to install
their root certificate in your server, however, for your certificate to work
properly for all clients.
Ed Crowley MVP
"There are seldom good technological solutions to behavioral problems."
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"Mark Arnold [MVP]" <mark@mvps.org> wrote in message
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> On Mon, 25 Jan 2010 07:16:39 -0500, "Kremlar" <kremlar@hotmail.com>
> wrote:
>
>>Looking for an inexpensive source of SSL certs. With GoDaddy charging
>>$89.99 for a UCC cert, it's hard to pass up.
>>
>>Can anyone comment on GoDaddy certs? Are they automatically trusted by
>>modern web browsers and phones? What is with their "intermediate" certs
>>that I see comments about?
>>
>>Thanks!
>>

> Just get the cert for goodness sake. You don't get Danica Patrick
> fronting you unless you've got some money and they've been around for
> years now.


 
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