SSL Certificates

Protect your website, blog or web application daily users
from identity theft, Man-in-the-Middle attack
and phishing with SSL certificates

What is SSL?
SSL is short for secure socket layer - a technology that encrypts communication between users and a website. This encryption ensures that important data such as usernames, passwords, and credit card information is sent from the user to the site without the risk of interception.

An SSL-certified website runs on https protocol. This activates the browser padlock or a prominent green browser bar to show visitors it is safe to browse. Reputable websites use SSL to protect their customer’s data and their online transactions; their reputation depends on it.
Function of SSL
Authentication and Verification SSL certificates contain information about the accuracy of the identity of the person or company holding issuance. Visitors can check the website's identity to verify their ID simply by clicking the padlock symbol in their browser.

Data Encryption Encryption is the process of scrambling data to allow for the safe transfer through the internet. While data is exchanged during an SSL protocol, information is encrypted so that a third party can’t access or read the data without an encryption key. Also known as an Encryption key.
How to Check for a Secure (SSL) Connection
When you visit a website that has an SSL Certificate installed, your browser will show one or all of the following:

To understand how the hierarchy is queried by your computer to produce a website on your screen, you need a basic understanding of the elements within a domain name and how these relate to IP addresses.
  • HTTPS at the beginning of the URL
  • Green padlock
  • Green address bar
Why Use SSL with Your Website 
The main purpose of SSL is to provide secure online banking transactions, logins and data transfers that are useful for all manner of websites. It also:

  • Keeps data secure between servers, safe from the hands of hackers.
  • Google and other search engines are taking serious measures to highlight unsafe (HTTP) website to their site visitors.
  • Builds and enhances customer trust and potentially improve conversion rates.

Choose which is right for your business

PositiveSSL
  • Great for personal websites or social media
  • Domain Validation
  • Single Domain
  • Encryption (up to 256-bit)
InstantSSL
  • Great for E-commerce, corporate, NGO, or governmental websites
  • Organization Validation
  • Single Domain
  • Encryption (up to 256-bit)
EV SSL
  • Great for E-commerce, corporate, NGO, or governmental websites
  • Extended Validation Greenbar
  • Single Domain
  • Encryption (up to 256-bit)
Multi Domain SSL
  • Great for E-commerce, corporate, NGO, or governmental websites
  • Organization Validation
  • Multi-Domain
  • Encryption (up to 256-bit)

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