ComodoCA becomes Sectigo. This name change will probably raise many questions for you. We want to answer the most critical issues here:
- Why does Comodo CA now call itself Sectigo?
- As a partner of CertCenter AG, what must/can I change?
- Do my customers have to change anything?
- Does the name change have any effect on already existing certificates?
First, we would like to explain the name change briefly, and then we will answer your open questions immediately.
From July 24 Google Chrome will mark all websites, without a valid SSL certificate, directly and immediately visible to every user as unsafe. Thus Google warns very clearly and consistently against the danger and the resulting risks of an unencrypted connection.
With the release of the Chrome browser version 68 in July 24 of this year, a “Not-Secure” warning is displayed in the Chrome browser bar for each web page that does not use a valid SSL certificate.
Initiative to Help Thousands of Websites Stay Operational as Google Distrusts Certain SSL Certificates with next Release
CertCenter, an independent certificate management company, and Comodo CA, a worldwide leader in digital identity solutions, have joined forces to help customers keep their websites operational in the wake of Google’s plan to distrust certain TLS/SSL certificates, starting with the release of Chrome 66. Continue reading
To meet our growing customer demands to provide solutions from a variety of trusted Certification Authorities(CA), we welcome one of the world’s largest TLS/SSL certificate providers, Comodo CA , as a new participant in our CA Partner Program and a strategic partner of CertCenter AG. Continue reading