X.509 based Digital Certificates are now essential part of PKI echo system. All of the Digital Certificates issued by Codegic chains back to the Codegic Root CA. Ensure that your computer trusts the Codegic Root CA for the digital certificates to work properly. Codegic provides following types of Digital Certificates:
- Email Signing Certificate
Used to digitally sign emails, can be used inside Microsoft Outlook, Thunderbird etc.
- Document Signing Certificate
Used to digitally sign documents e.g. PDF, Word, Excel, Power point files etc.
- Code Signing Certificate
Used to sign code e.g. jar, executable files like exe, dlls, so etc.
- SSL Client Authentication Certificate
Used to authenticate users over SSL/TLS based secure connection
- SSL Server Authentication Certificate
Used to protect web servers
- Timestamping Certificate
Used to sign timestamp responses
To install and trusting on Windows:
- Right click the downloaded Codegic Root CA file
- Select ‘Install Certificate’ and proceed with the wizard
- At the end, a popup to trust the Root CA will be shown so accept it as well.
- Other OS or applications (browsers, webservers) have their specific way of adding Digital Certificates. Follow their documentation to install the Codegic Root CA.
Codegic currently provides free certificates valid for 60 days. We will soon allow buying of long-term digital certificates. Pricing will be as follows:
- Email, Document, Timestamp Certificate
- Code Signing, SSL Client Authentication, SSL Server Authentication
To issue digital certificates, you will be redirected to create a free account.