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An SSL/TLS certificate is a file installed on a website’s origin server. It’s simply a data file containing the public key and the identity of the website owner, along with other information. Without a server certificate, a website’s traffic can’t be encrypted with TLS. SSL/TLS certificates are the most popular type of X.509 certificate. SSL/TLS …

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An epic is often a larger user story that is broken down into smaller stories in order to be worked on. The important thing to note about epics is that they aren’t just an agile tool. Teams of all work styles can benefit from the epic in Jira because an epic can be a feature, …

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Server certificates are known as SSL/TLS certificates. It verifies and validates the identity of the certificate holder or applicant before authenticating it. It also establishes an encrypted communication channel and switches the protocol to HTTPS once installed on the server. What is SSL certificate Server certificates are the most popular type of X.509 certificate. SSL/TLS …

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certificate chain is an ordered list of certificates, containing an SSL/TLS Certificate and Certificate Authority (CA) Certificates, that enable the receiver to verify that the sender and all CA’s are trustworthy. The chain or path begins with the SSL/TLS certificate, and each certificate in the chain is signed by the entity identified by the next …

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