Intranet SSL Certificate

If you are using web applications on the internal networks you may have seen ‘not secured connection’ error from the browser. Most users choose to ignore the error thinking that it’s Ok because everyone on the internal network is a trusted person But, threats from outside (hackers) and inside (employees) needs to be take seriously because most important data is always on the internal networks. Zero Trust Network is a must have strategy for all..

This problem can be solved by installing SSL Certificate for internal networks. Technically they are same as the SSL certificates available from the certificate authorities like DigiCert, GlobalSign, EnTrust, Sectigo and Let’s Encrypt. But, they are not allowed to issue SSL certificates for the internal networks by the CA/Browser Forum.

We have a solution.
SecureNT Intranet SSL certificates are made for the internal networks for the web applications. When it installed on the internal network servers, the communication between local user(Client PC) and the server is encrypted and it cannot be read, even with snooping tools. As a result, confidential data and passwords passing across the internal network become safe from the unauthorised users and even from hackers..

Technical Information

»Certificates are issued by default with RSA Encryption, 2048-bit Key Size, and Sha256 Hash Algorithm
»The CA Certificate chain from Secure Network Traffic is two level, similar to CA certificates from the public Certifying Authorities
»You can secure and encrypt data on web applications like ERP, Payroll, HRMS, CRM, Service desk and Analytics
»You can even encrypt SQL server and LDAP login credentials using Intranet SSL Certificates
» You need not use Self-signed Certificates because their private key is usually stored on a PFX file with no or weak password