What Is a Comodo S MIME Certificate?

Let’s break down what an S/MIME certificate is and how it works to protect your business

Ever heard of an “S MIME certificate” or a “Comodo SMIME certificate?” How about an “S/MIME certificate?” All three are basically the same thing — the difference is that one of them just happens to include a trusted certificate authority’s (CA’s) name, and one of the terms is written with a forward slash (/) in it. So, this means a Comodo S/MIME certificate is an S/MIME certificate that’s issued by Comodo CA.

Yeah, those are the only differences between the terms. Some people write “S/MIME” as “S MIME” and others writer it all as one word like “SMIME.” But this may leave you wondering one important question: What is S/MIME?”

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How to Convert CER to CRT in OpenSSL

We’ll break down how to convert your certificate file from one file extension to another to work with your server

When working with SSL/TLS certificates and other X.509 digital certificates, you may find yourself needing to convert files from CER to CRT. No worries — you’re not the first (and you certainly won’t be the last) person who needs to know how to convert CER to CRT.

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How to Encrypt an Email in Outlook 2013

Here’s your step-by-step guide for how to secure your email and data with an email signing certificate

Email encryption is a godsend for many businesses, governments, and organizations that wish to keep their customers’ information secure. It’s also a major benefit and contributes to your organization adhere to regulatory compliance through HIPAA, GDPR, DFARS, PCI, and other important acronyms you’d find in a bowl of alphabet soup. However, knowing how to encrypt email in Outlook 2013 isn’t necessarily something that comes naturally to most users.

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