SSL Certificate Browser Compatibility

Compatible & Trusted by all Major Browsers

DigiCert SSL Certificates are issued under one of the oldest and most widely supported roots in the industry, which is trusted by virtually every browser in use today, as well as dozens of smart phones and handheld computing devices.

As one of the largest certificate providers in the world, certificates issued by DigiCert are trusted by all common browsers, mail clients, operating systems, and browsers.

We have excluded some uncommon platforms from the lists below.

If your platform is not listed, there is still a good chance it is supported. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have a question about compatibility.



Server Platforms

  • Apache
  • BEA WebLogic
  • C2Net Stronghold
  • Citrix
  • Cobalt RaQ3x/4x/XTR
  • Courier IMAP
  • cPanel / Web Host Manager
  • Ensim Control Panel
  • Hsphere
  • IBM HTTP Server
  • iPlanet Server
  • Java Web Server (Javasoft / Sun)
  • Lighttpd
  • Lotus Domino
  • Microsoft IIS
  • Microsoft ISA
  • Microsoft Live Communication Server
  • Microsoft Office Communication Server 2007
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2005
  • Netscape Enterprise Server
  • Nginx
  • Novell ConsoleOne
  • Novell Web Server
  • OpenLDAP
  • Oracle HTTP Server
  • Plesk
  • Tomcat
  • Webmin
  • Websphere
  • WebSTAR
  • Zeus Web Server

Operating Systems

  • Access
  • Android
  • BlackBerry OS
  • Brew
  • Chrome OS
  • Debian
  • HP-UX
  • iOS
  • Mac OS X
  • Meego
  • Palm OS
  • Palm WebOS
  • SUSE Linux
  • Ubuntu
  • Windows (all versions)
  • Windows CE
  • Windows Mobile
  • Windows Phone 7
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Server (all versions)

Application Suites

  • Adobe AIR
  • Excelsior JET
  • Google Checkout
  • IBM Java SDK
  • Microsoft VBA
  • Mozilla Suite
  • SafeMashups
  • SeaMonkey
  • Sun Java SE

Firewalls, VPNs, Load Balancers

  • Cisco
  • F5 Big-IP
  • Juniper

Web Browsers

  • AOL 5+
  • Boxee
  • Camino 1.0+
  • Chrome
  • Firefox 1.0+
  • Grandstream
  • Internet Explorer 5+
  • Konqueror 2.2.1+
  • Maxthon
  • Mozilla 7.0+
  • Netscape 4.5+
  • Opera 5+
  • Safari
  • Sony Playstation
  • Nintendo Wii

Mobile Web Browsers

  • ACCESS NetFront
  • Atomic
  • Dolphin HD
  • Fennec Alpha
  • Internet Explorer (All Windows Devices)
  • Opera Mini
  • Opera Mobile
  • Openwave
  • RIM BlackBerry
  • Safari (iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch)
  • SkyFire
  • Sony PlayStation Portable
  • xScope

Mail Clients

  • Balsa
  • Entourage
  • Eudora
  • Evolution
  • Lotus Notes
  • Mail (Mac OS X & iOS)
  • Microsoft Outlook 2000
  • Microsoft Outlook 2003
  • Microsoft Outlook 2007
  • Microsoft Outlook Express 5+
  • Microsoft Outlook XP
  • Thunderbird (Mozilla)

Mail Servers

  • Barracuda Spam Firewall
  • Courier IMAP
  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2003
  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2007
  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2013
  • Microsoft Outlook Web Access
  • Postfix
  • Qmail
  • Surgemail

Mobile Devices

  • Android Phones & Tablets (all makes)
  • Blackberry Phones and Playbooks
  • iPad
  • iPhone
  • iPod Touch
  • Motorola
  • Nokia
  • Palm OS Phones
  • Palm WebOS Phones
  • Palm Treo
  • Sony PSP
  • Symbian OS
  • Windows CE
  • Windows Mobile 2003 (Pocket Explorer)
  • Windows Mobile 5
  • Windows Mobile 6
  • Windows Mobile 7
  • Windows Phone 8

Certificate trust issues usually denote a problem with the certificate installation, as opposed to a problem with the certificate itself. Our SSL certificate diagnostic tool can help.

Some platforms are not programmed to use the wildcard character in a wildcard certificate. See our Wildcard SSL Compatibility page for details.