Free Code Signing Certificates – Is It Really Possible?

I want to sign code for free — where can I get a free code signing certificate?

There is NO free code signing certificate available anywhere in the world.

Sorry to burst your bubble, but free code signing certificates are like Unicorns. They’re lovely fodder for the imagination, but they don’t exist in reality! And, if you do find one, it must be fake. Beware of it!

No certificate authority offers free code signing certificates. Period.

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FortiGate Users: How to Install a Wildcard SSL Certificate

How to install a wildcard SSL certificate on a FortiGate is a topic that pops up in conversation with our customers once in a blue moon. Heck, you may even be one of them! There are a few different reasons why you may want to install an SSL/TLS certificate on FortiGate — for example, it could have to do with wanting to secure your communications via a virtual private network (VPN).

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How Much Does an SSL Certificate Cost? Its Worth Explained

You Should Know Before Purchase that How Much Does an SSL Certificate Cost You?

Since the beginning of man, way before the chicken or the egg, the question of whether or not to pay for SSL — and how much does an SSL certificate cost — has plagued us. Aristotle gave lectures about it. Empedocles ruminated on it during his exile. Heraclitus opined in his writings that it was a question that strikes at the heart of every man (and, in 2019, every woman). It’s rumored that Michelangelo’s thinker is pondering that very question from atop his rocky perch.

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Step-by-Step Guide: How to Enable HTTP/2 on IIS

Internet Information Services (IIS) , or Windows Web Server, runs on the Microsoft .NET platform on Windows operating System. It is an extensible, scalable and manageable platform used to host pages, applications or media on the internet. Hosting services in IIS use HTTP that is based on the TCP/IP suite of protocols.

To enable HTTP/2 on IIS, there are a few things to consider.

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How to Enable HTTP2 on Apache

A step-by-step guide on How to Enable HTTP2 on Apache

Apache is an open-source web server that serves both static and dynamic content. It’s particularly useful because it’s suitable for websites ranging in size from a few pages to thousands of pages. Developed and maintained by an open community of programmers (Apache Software Foundation), Apache has the highest market share in the web server market.

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