Are DigiCert SSL certificates automatically trusted by browsers?

Yes! DigiCert ssl certificates are automatically trusted in all of today's common browsers including all Internet Explorer 5.01 and above, Netscape 4x and above, AOL 5 and above, Opera 5 and above, Safari, and Mozilla based browsers such as Firefox.
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