Root Certificate not trusted

When the SSLCheck indicates that the root certificate is not trusted, this is because the certificate was signed by a root certificate which is not trusted by the browser. Browsers will give an error when the site is visited.

All the information is encrypted with the SSL protocol, but the identity of the website isn't confirmed by the CA. Only certificatesĀ signed by a trusted root certificate will be trusted by the browser. This is the case with allĀ SSL certificates delivered by Xolphin.


Our SSLCheck will examine your website's root and intermediate certificates for correctness and report any potential issues

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