Browser ubiquity (also known as browser recognition or browser compatibility)indicates an estimated percentage of Internet users who will inherently trust an SSL certificate. The lower the browser ubiquity, the less people will trust a certificate. As a general rule, any SSL certificate with over 95% browser ubiquity is acceptable.
Articles in this section
- What is encryption strength? And what is the strength of your certificates?
- What are the pre-requisites for using an SSL Certificate on my domain?
- What is an SSL reissue and when will I need to request it?
- What kind of documents do I need to submit to get my SSL activated?
- Who or What is a certificate authority?
- What is the difference between domain validation, business validation and extended validation?
- Can I secure multiple sub domains on the same domain name with a single certificate?
- What is a wildcard certificate?
- Do I have to buy separate SSL certificates for each webpage I want to secure in my site?
- What is Browser Ubiquity?