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Hello,

Being in the process of finalising the Aticka.com e-shop and looking into the SSL side of things (total noob about it :D ), a few questions came to mind for which I couldn't find precise answers/details in the forums (Didn't do a real deep dive though, therefore accept my apologise if these have already been answered before) :)

 

1- What type of certificates are sold thru TCH, are they 40 bits or 128 bits certificates?

 

2- How long does it normaly takes, from the day of order for a certificate (assuming that all necessary details have been provided) to be processed and/or accepted?

 

3- How long does it takes TCH to install and host a newly accepted certificate?

 

4- Assuming that I decide to go ahead and purchase my own certificate for Aticka.com, while waiting for this certificate to be produced I think I read somewhere that I could request to use the shared TCH SSL facility.

If this is OK, is there a minimum period of use for this shared certificate?

And if yes, how short is it?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

BTW thanks for offering such a good deal on SSL certificates, I nearly fell-of my chair when I saw the prices displayed by Verysign here in the UK!! :)

Anyhow once more Rock Sign

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1- What type of certificates are sold thru TCH, are they 40 bits or 128 bits certificates?
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2- How long does it normaly takes, from the day of order for a certificate (assuming that all necessary details have been provided) to be processed and/or accepted?

 

3- How long does it takes TCH to install and host a newly accepted certificate?

 

Mine took a couple of days through a third party and installed here total from order to install. In house may be a bit faster.

 

4- Assuming that I decide to go ahead and purchase my own certificate for Aticka.com, while waiting for this certificate to be produced I think I read somewhere that I could request to use the shared TCH SSL facility.

If this is OK, is there a minimum period of use for this shared certificate?

And if yes, how short is it?

 

Yes, you must stop using it if you change hosting companies.

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Yes, you must stop using it if you change hosting companies.

No Rob, you are not going to get rid off me that easily :unsure:

I am quite happy here :P and anyway another family like this one huuum pretty hard to find B)

 

Thank you for your quick answers :lol:

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