Do you use SHA-1 or SHA-2 for SSL certificates?
InclusiveHost issues all new SSL certificates with the SHA-2 hash function automatically. This means that our certificates are all compatible with the latest security methods and procedures.
The SHA-1 hash function is now out of date and viewed as insecure as this was released about 20 years ago. While SHA-1 has more compatibility for very old systems, the security threat is too high for this to be used in 2015 and beyond.
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