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Thawte® SGC SuperCerts Have Been Discontinued

Thawte® SGC SuperCerts Have Been Discontinued

30-09-2015 15:00:09
The Thawte®  SGC SuperCert has been discontinued by the vendor. Effective immediately, per the direction of Thawte, we have ceased all new orders of the Thawte®  SGC SuperCert.
 
Thawte® SGC SuperCert helped keep online transactions secure by enabling every web site visitor to experience the strongest SSL encryption available to them. 
 
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you already have a Thawte®  SGC SuperCert on your website, it will continue to protect your website until the expiration date of the certificate. Unfortunately, there is no possibility of renewing the certificate. Instead we’d recommend looking into the other comparable certificates from Thawte:
 
If you’re still do not know which SSL certificate is right for you and your business, please feel free to get in touch with our SSL consultants. 
Phone: +44 20 331 87 787
Email: info@sslguru.com

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