In November this year we wrote about the need to replace SSL certificates issued by Symantec Group (incl. RapidSSL, Thawte, Geotrust). Today, we are supplementing this information with dates.
The deadline for replacing the certificates again depends on when they were issued. Below we present the time frame. After these dates, certificates that do not undergo reissue procedures will be misdiagnosed by the browsers.
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In November this year we wrote about the need to replace SSL certificates issued by Symantec Group. Find out the dates when you need to re-issue your certificates.