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Your Guide for Migrating from 1024-bit to stronger SSL certificate key lengths

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Featured Whitepaper by Symantec

Managing certificates during a time of key size migration can be difficult. Website or production outages can be costly and have a negative impact to business.

This guide aims to help educate and inform users of TLS/SSL certificates about the upcoming change in key lengths and tips on managing their transition to using stronger SSL certificates.

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