2048-bit key size enforcement

All digital certificates expiring after December 31, 2013 request must have 2048-bit or greater key size…after December 31, 2012, 1024-bit keys will not be accepted for any certificates.

This notice has been issued by Verisign/Symantec in their website.

Guys…now onwards for new CSR should be 2048 request!!!

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