Service Details (Service Catalog)
Please look over the information below to see if this service matches your needs. If it does, you may contact the Service Desk for assistance in putting in your service request. Please use the 9-digit Service Number (42.20.13.003) and the Service Unit name to refer to the service.
Standard SSL Certificate – 3 years – 42.20.13.003
$ 60.00 Per Service One-Time
Provide a 3 year certificate to a UCF department through an inter-departmental transfer.
Provide a 2048-bit key based certificate from our InCommon service to UCF departments. The certificate is a standard commercial SSL certificate. The certificate is valid for 3 years.
Certificate requests with server domain name (from the csr request), csr file, dept account number should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Certificate expiration warnings will be forwarded to the customers 30 days before the certificate expires by the operations manager or their designee.
Normal turnaround is 3 business days for the request to be processed.
Only sha-2 certificates will be accepted and processed.
Microsoft’s SHA-1 deprecation plan (all Microsoft products, including Windows® and Internet Explorer®)
January 1 2016 Microsoft ceases to trust Code Signing Certificates that use SHA-1
January 1 2017 Microsoft ceases to trust website SSL Certificates that use SHA-1
July 2015 Microsoft will conduct a status review and might accelerate the two dates above
If you have a SHA-1 based certificate which expires after the dates listed above then you need to have it replaced with a SHA-2 version before the deadline. SHA-1 based certificates will continue to be trusted by Microsoft® software up until the dates listed above, but not afterwards. After these dates have passed, Microsoft software such as Internet Explorer® and Windows® will reject code signing and SSL certificates that use SHA-1.
Although Microsoft is the first to explicitly name an end-of-life timescale for SHA-1, it is likely that other major vendors such as Mozilla, Google, Apple and Opera will follow suit in the coming months. Comodo, along with all other major CA’s in the Certificate Authority Security Council, strongly advises our customers and partners to plan on upgrading their certificates to SHA-2 as soon as possible.
See page https://www.comodo.com/e-commerce/SHA-2-transition.php for further information about the migration.
Effective immediately, new certificates will be issued for one year only if you will be using SHA-1. SHA-2 certificates will be issued for up to 3 years, if you choose to. SSL certificates will not be replaced, new ones will need to be done. This also affects adding any domains to a SAN certificate.
Provide a 2048-bit key based commercial SSL certificate from our InCommon Service to UCF departments.
A 2048-bit key based csr file, departmental contact and billing information for the service.
All UCF departments, faculty and staff.
Available Service Locations:
Properly configured server for the SSL certificate to be used on.
Required Additional Services:
CS&T Enterprise Systems and Operations
Signed SLA Required: