Supported Browsers

The certificates we use for both the shared and professional SSL certificates are supported in 99.3% of browsers. The 0.7% that aren’t supported tend to be very old browsers which were never designed for modern certificates. Below we have provided a general summary of the support applications, operating systems and platforms.

Extended Validation Browsers

Microsoft Internet Explorer 7+ (Vista)
Microsoft Internet Explorer 7+ (Windows XP)*
Opera 9.5+
Firefox 3+
Google Chrome
Apple Safari 3.2
Apple iPhone 3.0

Web Browsers (SSL/TLS enabled)

Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) 5.01+
Mozilla Firefox 1.0+
Opera 6.1+
Apple Safari 1.0+
Google Chrome
AOL 5+
Netscape Communicator 4.51+
Red Hat Linux Konqueror (KDE)
Microsoft WebTV
Konqueror (KDE)

Email Clients (S/MIME)

Microsoft Outlook 99+
Microsoft Entourage (OS/X)
Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0+
Qualcomm Eudora 6.2+
Lotus Notes (6+)
Netscape Communicator 4.51+
Mulberry Mail
Apple Mail
Windows Mail
The Bat

Mobile OSs, Micro Browsers, Handsets & Game Consoles

Apple iPhone, iPod Safari
Microsoft Windows Mobile 5/6
Microsoft Windows CE 4.0
Microsoft Internet Explorer Pocket PC 2003
Microsoft Internet Explorer Smartphone 2003
RIM Blackberry 4.3.0
NTT / DoCoMo
SoftBank Mobile
PalmOS 5.x
Netfront 3.0+
Opera 4.10+
Openwave mobile browser 6.20+
Major Network Operators inc. Vodafone, Orange, AT&T
Major Handset providers SonyEricsson, Nokia, Alcatel & Palm

(S40/S60/S80/OSSO) based Handsets from 2002

Sony PlayStation Portable
Sony PlayStation 3
Nintendo Wii

Application Suites

Microsoft Authenticode & Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)
Adobe AIR
Sun Java JRE (1.4.2 Update 16+, 5.0 Update 13+, 6 Update 3+)
Mozilla Suite v0.9.8+
OpenSSL.orgs OpenSSL v0.9.5+
Google Checkout

Document Security Platforms

Adobe Certified Document Services (CDS) for Adobe PDF
Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access, InfoPath)