If a website or shop is protected by an SSL certificate, you will see a lock in the corresponding browser (e.g. in Mozilla Firefox at the top of the address bar). Each certification authority supports special browsers (not all of them). If, for example, a browser is not supported, the visitor of the page receives a warning.
This warning informs the visitor that he is entering a secured page, but that this page is not known. The visitor can then classify the website himself as trustworthy.
With the SSL certificates offered by us, you can be sure that the most important browsers are supported and that you or your visitors usually do not see such a warning.
Furthermore, there may be problems with operating systems or browsers that do not support the so-called server name indication. However, this only applies to very outdated browsers and for the Windows XP operating system in conjunction with Internet Explorer 8 or older. You can find more information about this at :
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