IMPORTANT NOTICE! As of July 22, 2010 GeoTrust has updated its public root certificate authorities (CAs) from 1024-bit RSA keys to 2048-bit RSA keys. As part of this change, GeoTrust will employ the use of an intermediate certificate authority to sign all SSL certificates – an industry best practice. As of now all GeoTrust SSL certificates issued will be signed by an intermediate certificate that chains to a secure 2048-bit off-line Root CA. Learn more about GeoTrust's 2048 bit Root Migration.
Reissue Your Certificate
You can open a support ticket simply by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org Be sure to include the following details:
Important: Please provide as much detail as possible and Include any error messages you may have received. The more we know the faster we'll be able to assist you.
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