Current Support Operations

Please be aware that, due to the current SEIU Local 73 strike, support response times will be slower than normal. Thank you for your understanding.


A server certificate is needed to enable Transport Layer Security (TLS, formerly SSL) operation on a server (typically a web server) which verifies the server's identity to clients (typically web browsers) and enables encryption to secure communications from eavesdropping and maintain the integrity of the data transmitted. To avoid warning dialogs issued by web browsers, the certificate must be digitally signed by a trusted third party, a Certificate Authority (CA).