What is SSL ?

SSL is a form of protocol that servers employ in communicating with other computers. SSL protocol prescribes the encryption level and complexity to use for a particular communication session between the server and the customer's computing device. This ensures the protection of online transaction data as such data are encrypted during the transmission between the web server and the online purchasers's computing device even if it is a mobile phone.
It adds a form of visual indicator which is a padlock on the URL bar. This in turn adds immense credibility to your site

Who needs SSL ?

All websites should protect themselves with some form of SSL. The wide range of SSL certificates we offer is designed to meet the needs of a business of any size. High validation SSL Certificaticates (e.g. DV) is especially crucial for E-commerce business. In addition to data encryption during transactions to protect your sensitive data, the Certificate Authority issuing the SSL certificate will depending on the level SSL validation, validate the existence of the domain and the organization owning the domain. Our site has the online form, and member log-in function through which you can securely provide the data for your SSL application. SSL enables you to collect sensitive personal data from your clients. Furthermore, SSL also not only enchance SEO result but it's a requirement by Google.

PROTECT SERVERS

Customer's privacy is reassured by knowing they are browsing in a protected site

CREDIT CARD

Highly confidential payment information is always encrypted during checkout

PROTECT SENSITIVE INFORMATION

Data is encrypted and later decrypted as needed at site owner's action

BROWSER

The SSL certificate is compatible with all major internet browsers

GOOGLE SEARCH RANKING

Google has announced that, sites operating with HTTP (SSL 2048-bit key ceritificate) will boost site ranking

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Types of SSL Certificates

DV(Domain validated): is the most cost-effective type of certificate. It offers all the basic features of SSL with the least requirement of validation. The quickest way to protect your site using HTTPS with the padlock display in the address bar. It simply means that it certifies the Domain name is registered, not the legitmacy of the company.

OV (Organization validated): this requires more and longer time for validation than DV certificates providing more trust. For this type, the Certification Authority(CA) will verify the existence of the business that is attempting to get the certificate. This certificate is required to make online payment for E-commerce business. It validates if you are the owner of the company, and under the registry database. Visitor can trust that both the website and the company are reputable. OVs are usually used by corporations, governments and other entites that want to provide an extra layer of confidence to their visitors.

EV (Extended validation): this provides the maximum amount of trust to visitors, and also require the most effort and time by the CA to validate. Per guidelines set by the CA/Browser Forum, extra documentation must be provided to issue an EV certificate (as described in EV SSL Requirements). The EV certificate will display the company name with the green bar behind it in the address bar. This is an immediate, visual way that viewers can know, extra steps were taken to confirm the site ther're visiting - which is why most large companies and organizations choose EV certificates.

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Upgrade your current SSL Certificate

Your current SSL certificate is not meeting your needs? And you are ready to for an upgrade?However, since SSL requires validation and Certificate Authority approvals, one can only transition a premium plan with the purchase of a new SSL certificate. You can enjoy the security of your existing SSL while the premium certificate is being vetted. Once your premium SSL is ready simply install it over your current certificate.