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  • forexnew.org

    Certificate
    Organisation
    CloudFlare, Inc.
    Type
    Organisation Validation (OV)
    City
    San Francisco
    Country code
    US US

    Validity
    Valid from
    2018-05-11
    Valid to
    2019-05-11
    OCSP status info
    OCSP is short for Online Certificate Status Protocol. OCSP is used to request the status of a certificate. The answer on the request is whether the certificate is revoked or active. OCSP is an altenative for CRL. Note: After certificate issuance it can take up to 24 hours before the certificate is added to the OSCP list. Until then the status might say 'Invalid'.
    Not available
    CRL status info
    CRL is short for Certificate Revocation List. The list contains certificates that are revoked or not active anymore. The CRL is issued periodically by the Certificate Authority (the issuer of the certificates). Based on the CRL webbrowers are able to check if a certificate is trusted and if they will give an error or not.
    Invalid

    Details
    Algorithm info
    Digital signatures make use of encryption with an algorithm. To order a certificate, RSA encryption should be selected
    The safety of the connection depends on the size of the private key. For new requests, a private key of at least 2048 bits is required. Some certificates are also available with a DSA or ECC algorithm.
    EC 256
    Signature info
    A Certificate Authority generates SSL certificates and signs them digitally. The algorithm of the signature can differ, such as the SHA-1 and SHA-2 algorithm. There are weaknesses found in the SHA-1 algorithm by manufacturers such as Microsoft and Google. They have decided to phase out support for SHA-1. SHA-2 does not contain the weaknesses that SHA-1 has and is therefore safer. SHA-2 is not yet supported by all systems. Your certificate will be delivered with SHA-2.
    Unknown

    Signatures
    Fingerprint
    40:48:CF:B2:B6:DE:73:8D:62:1F:82:C5:77:DA:1A:D4:C2:52:FB:71
    Serial number
    06:51:59:E0:E8:D9:DD:9D:96:14:B2:56:F8:78:3C:D4

    forexnew.org
    *.forexnew.org
  • CloudFlare Inc ECC CA-2

    Certificate
    Organisation
    CloudFlare, Inc.
    Type
    Intermediate Certificate
    City
    San Francisco
    Country code
    US US

    Validity
    Valid from
    2015-10-14
    Valid to
    2020-10-09
    OCSP status info
    OCSP is short for Online Certificate Status Protocol. OCSP is used to request the status of a certificate. The answer on the request is whether the certificate is revoked or active. OCSP is an altenative for CRL. Note: After certificate issuance it can take up to 24 hours before the certificate is added to the OSCP list. Until then the status might say 'Invalid'.
    Not available
    CRL status info
    CRL is short for Certificate Revocation List. The list contains certificates that are revoked or not active anymore. The CRL is issued periodically by the Certificate Authority (the issuer of the certificates). Based on the CRL webbrowers are able to check if a certificate is trusted and if they will give an error or not.
    Invalid

    Details
    Algorithm info
    Digital signatures make use of encryption with an algorithm. To order a certificate, RSA encryption should be selected
    The safety of the connection depends on the size of the private key. For new requests, a private key of at least 2048 bits is required. Some certificates are also available with a DSA or ECC algorithm.
    EC 256
    Signature info
    A Certificate Authority generates SSL certificates and signs them digitally. The algorithm of the signature can differ, such as the SHA-1 and SHA-2 algorithm. There are weaknesses found in the SHA-1 algorithm by manufacturers such as Microsoft and Google. They have decided to phase out support for SHA-1. SHA-2 does not contain the weaknesses that SHA-1 has and is therefore safer. SHA-2 is not yet supported by all systems. Your certificate will be delivered with SHA-2.
    Unknown

    Signatures
    Fingerprint
    6B:53:C3:B3:58:CE:F3:68:20:1F:87:41:B9:C5:AE:DE:EA:38:61:FA
    Serial number
    0F:F3:E6:16:39:AA:3D:1A:12:65:F4:1F:8B:34:E5:B6

  • Baltimore CyberTrust Root

    Certificate
    Organisation
    Baltimore
    Type
    Root Certificate
    City
    Not Available
    Country code
    IE IE

    Validity
    Valid from
    2000-05-12
    Valid to
    2025-05-13
    OCSP status info
    OCSP is short for Online Certificate Status Protocol. OCSP is used to request the status of a certificate. The answer on the request is whether the certificate is revoked or active. OCSP is an altenative for CRL. Note: After certificate issuance it can take up to 24 hours before the certificate is added to the OSCP list. Until then the status might say 'Invalid'.
    Not available
    CRL status info
    CRL is short for Certificate Revocation List. The list contains certificates that are revoked or not active anymore. The CRL is issued periodically by the Certificate Authority (the issuer of the certificates). Based on the CRL webbrowers are able to check if a certificate is trusted and if they will give an error or not.
    Not available

    Details
    Algorithm info
    Digital signatures make use of encryption with an algorithm. To order a certificate, RSA encryption should be selected
    The safety of the connection depends on the size of the private key. For new requests, a private key of at least 2048 bits is required. Some certificates are also available with a DSA or ECC algorithm.
    RSA 2048
    Signature info
    A Certificate Authority generates SSL certificates and signs them digitally. The algorithm of the signature can differ, such as the SHA-1 and SHA-2 algorithm. There are weaknesses found in the SHA-1 algorithm by manufacturers such as Microsoft and Google. They have decided to phase out support for SHA-1. SHA-2 does not contain the weaknesses that SHA-1 has and is therefore safer. SHA-2 is not yet supported by all systems. Your certificate will be delivered with SHA-2.
    Unknown

    Signatures
    Fingerprint
    D4:DE:20:D0:5E:66:FC:53:FE:1A:50:88:2C:78:DB:28:52:CA:E4:74
    Serial number
    02:00:00:B9

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