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Qualified certificate for website authentication


I.CA has expanded the offer of qualified certificates under the EU 910/2014 eIDAS regulation on Qualified Certificates for Website Authentication (QWAC).


Qualified Web Authentication Certificate - Extended Validation SSL (SSL EV)

QWAC certificates are designed to authenticate websites and secure the transferred data through an SSL / TSL encryption protocol running on asymmetric cryptography. The certificates are, in accordance with the requirements of ETSI EN 319 411-2, type "Extended Validation", ie the EVCP policy according to ETSI EN 319 411-1 and meet the requirements of the CA / Browser Forum - Guidelines for Issuance and Management of Extended Validation Certificates ".


Qualified certificates for website authentication are designed to secure the most trustworthy sites. They ensure the credibility of the organization's website for their potential visitors and represent an important security attribute.

Qualified certificates for web site authentication are provided by:

  • Website security - a green address bar in the browser that binds the organization to its domain.1
  • Verification of the organization to which the certificate was issued - the information is displayed directly in the address bar of the web browser.
  • Additional information about the organization and certification authority that issued the certificate - the information is displayed in the certificate details.
  • Verify up to 10 domains.

Issuing of this certificate requires prior conclusion of a contractual relationship with I.CA. Please contact sales@ica.cz to obtain your draft contract. After signing a contract with I.CA, you will get a generator to create a certificate request.

This qualified QWAC certificate can also be used for the PSD2 project. More information here .

Allowed types of domain names
and their verification


1 It will be provided from March 2018


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