SSL Certificates

Why SSL Certificates are Essential to your Business

The primary reason why SSL is used is to keep sensitive information sent across the Internet encrypted so that only the intended recipient can understand it.

This is important because the information you send on the Internet is passed from computer to computer to get to the destination server. We can help you protect your site and ensure it stays protected, giving you more time to focus on your business.

Protect Sensitive User Data

SSL works by ensuring that any data transferred between users and websites, or between two systems, remains impossible to read. It uses encryption algorithms to scramble data in transit, which prevents hackers from reading it as it is sent over the connection.

Increase Customer Trust

One key area of inspiring trust is making it clear to visitors that their personal information is safe, and won’t be hacked or stolen from malicious third parties mid-transaction. To that end, having an SSL on your site is a key marker of trust that will immediately set potential customers at ease.

Improve SEO Results

You’re in luck. Google search recognizes sites with SSL certificates installed, and rewards them with higher search results ranking than sites that don’t have an SSL certificate. Now, that’s a win-win.

Extended Validation SSL

As the highest class of SSL available, Extended Validation SSL Certificates display your company name prominently in green in all major browsers and activates the padlock.

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Your Company Name in Green

Extended Validation certificates ensure that your company name is prominently displayed in green in the address bar, giving your customers confidence.

Standard DV SSL Certificates

That’s right, a website with a DV SSL certificate is a recognized trust-indicator because it means your site ownership has been seriously vetted and is verifiable to anyone who visits your website.

$19.95

Billed Annually

Domain Validation

5 Minute Issuance

$5,000 Warranty

Free Installation

$24.95

Billed Annually

Domain Validation

5 Minute Issuance

$10,000 Warranty

Free Installation

$29.95

Billed Annually

Domain Validation

5 Minute Issuance

$30,000 Warranty

Free Installation

$34.95

Billed Annually

Domain Validation

5 Minute Issuance

$50,000 Warranty

Free Installation

Which type of SSL certificate is best for your website?

There are three types of SSL Certificate available today; Extended Validation (EV SSL), Organization Validated (OV SSL) and Domain Validated (DV SSL). The encryption levels are the same for each certificate, what differs is the vetting and verification processes needed to obtain the certificate.

Domain Validated (DV)

Domain Validated SSL certificates are no-frills, encryption-only certificates. In order to get a Domain Validated SSL Certificate you just have to prove that you own the domain name.

Advantages:

Issued within minutes

Lowest price certificate

Disadvantages:

Lower customer assurance

Known security weaknesses

Validation Level:

This certificate type is perfect for:

Peronsal websites, blogs and internal email accounts

Organization Validated (OV)

Organization Validated SSL certificates require more validation than domain validated certificates, but provide more trust as the business that owns the domain is verified.

Advantages:

No security weaknesses

Higher customer assurance

Disadvantages:

Takes time to issue

Requires additional verification

Validation Level:

This certificate type is perfect for:

Any website acquiring sensitive user information

Extended Validation (EV)

Extended Validation SSL certificates are the ultimate in online security. Due to the comprehnsive verification procedure required before issuance, customers can be sure who they are dealing with.

Advantages:

Ultimate in security

Highest customer assurance

Disadvantages:

Highest cost certificate

Comprehensive verification

Validation Level:

This certificate type is perfect for:

Legally registered businesses and shopping websites

Frequently Asked Questions

To help you make an informed decision, we've compiled a list of our most frequently asked questions relating to the products and services listed on this page.

If you can't find the answer to your question or if you would like more information about it, please feel free to contact us at any time and we'll be happy to help you.

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SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is one of the standard security protocols used by millions for establishing an encrypted connection between a web browser and a web server while preventing cybercriminals from reading and modifying any transaction done between them such as the transmission of sensitive information like credit card while doing online shopping. It ensures that all the data passed between the web browser and web server remains private and secured.
Whenever a user visits a secured website, an SSL/TLS Certificate installed on it offers identification information regarding its web server and creates an encrypted connection. Furthermore, all of this process is done within a second.
Yes. If you have a website, SSL is needed. Earlier, it was okay to have an SSL only for the website which was collecting information from the user. But after Google’s update regarding SSL, it is needed no matter what type of website you have, whether you collect the information or not. Even a simple blog will also display a “Not Secure” if the SSL is not installed on it.
The main reason to use SSL is to encrypt and secure sensitive information sent over the Internet, so only the recipient who is intended can have access to it while making it unreadable to any third-party in-between. As any information sent over internet pass through various computers before reaching its destination server, ultimately making your sent information such as credit card details, login credentials vulnerable to attacks, if it’s not encrypted with an SSL certificate.