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A colleague recently wandered if there was a source of a lot of EV HTTPS certificates. I mentioned the Fortune 500 - and said I'd have something in a few minutes.
So, here it is: certificate data for the Fortune 500.
Let's see what we found. Raw data and source code links at the end.
139 companies in the Fortune 500 had some form of SSL encryption available on their company's regular website.
37 of those websites identified their companies with an EV certificate.
EV certificates are primary used by finance (Bank Of America, Freddie Mac, State Farm, many others), retail (Macy's, Bed Bath & Beyond), and tech companies (Apple, Microsoft) in the Fortune 500.
Links to all the EV sites are below, as well as their position in the Fortune 500.
Here's the full source code to check the certificates of the fortune 50 and measure the results yourself - it only takes a few seconds to run.
Mike MacCana, founder at CertSimple.
An EV HTTPS certificate verifies the company behind your website. But getting verified is a slow painful process. CertSimple provides EV HTTPS certificates 40x faster than other vendors. We check your company registration, network details, physical address and flag common errors before you pay us, provide verification steps specific for your company, update in realtime during the process, and even check your infrastructure to help you set up HTTPS securely.
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