Reliable SSL Certificates

What is an SSL Certificate?

An SSL Certificate is a bit of code on your Customer's web server that secures online communications. SSL Certificates inspire trust, keep online interactions private and help customers gain the confidence to conduct transactions on a web site.

To enable SSL on a website, you will need to get an SSL Certificate that identifies you and install it on the server. The use of an SSL certificate on a website is usually indicated by a padlock icon in web browsers but it can also be indicated by a green address bar. Once you have done the SSL install, you can access a site securely by changing the URL from http:// to https://. When an SSL certificate is installed on a website, you can be sure that the information you enter (contact or credit card information), is secured and only seen by the organization that owns the website.

Millions of online businesses use SSL certificates to secure their websites and allow their customers to place trust in them.

Why do I need SSL?

If you are transmitting sensitive information on a web site, such as credit card numbers or personal information, you need to secure it with SSL encryption. It is possible for every piece of data to be seen by others unless it is secured by an SSL certificate.

How many domain names can I secure?

SSL server certificates will only secure a single domain name or sub-domain. For example, a certificate could secure www.yourdomain.com or mail.yourdomain.com but not both. The certificate will still work on a different domain name but the web browser will give an error anytime it sees that the address in the address bar doesn't match the domain name (called a common name) in the certificate. If you need to secure multiple sub-domains on a single domain name, you can buy a wildcard certificate. For a wildcard certificate, a common name of *.yourdomain.com would secure www.yourdomain.com, mail.yourdomain.com, secure.yourdomain.com, etc...

RapidSSL as low as $28/yearly:

Secure your website fast, for less! At a very special low price, RapidSSL is an ideal solution for securing websites conducting low volume / low value ecommerce transactions.

RapidSSL Features

256-Bit Encryption
Issued in minutes, installed in seconds!
The lowest cost single root SSL certificate available
Automated two step online validation - no paperwork
Unlimited server licenses, unlimited free reissues for certificate lifetime
Maximum Browser Compatibility
FREE "Secured by RapidSSL" Site Seal

What is an SSL Certificate?

An SSL Certificate is a bit of code on your Customer's web server that secures online communications. SSL Certificates inspire trust, keep online interactions private and help customers gain the confidence to conduct transactions on a web site.

To enable SSL on a website, you will need to get an SSL Certificate that identifies you and install it on the server. The use of an SSL certificate on a website is usually indicated by a padlock icon in web browsers but it can also be indicated by a green address bar. Once you have done the SSL install, you can access a site securely by changing the URL from http:// to https://. When an SSL certificate is installed on a website, you can be sure that the information you enter (contact or credit card information), is secured and only seen by the organization that owns the website.

Millions of online businesses use SSL certificates to secure their websites and allow their customers to place trust in them.

Why do I need SSL?

If you are transmitting sensitive information on a web site, such as credit card numbers or personal information, you need to secure it with SSL encryption. It is possible for every piece of data to be seen by others unless it is secured by an SSL certificate.

How many domain names can I secure?

SSL server certificates will only secure a single domain name or sub-domain. For example, a certificate could secure www.yourdomain.com or mail.yourdomain.com but not both. The certificate will still work on a different domain name but the web browser will give an error anytime it sees that the address in the address bar doesn't match the domain name (called a common name) in the certificate. If you need to secure multiple sub-domains on a single domain name, you can buy a wildcard certificate. For a wildcard certificate, a common name of *.yourdomain.com would secure www.yourdomain.com, mail.yourdomain.com, secure.yourdomain.com, etc...

RapidSSL Wildcard as low as $130/yearly:

Secure multiple hostnames at minimal cost. RapidSSL Wildcard Certificates secure all subdomains with one, low-cost SSL certificate issued to *.yourdomain.com. such as:
www.yourdomain.com
secure.yourdomain.com
product.yourdomain.com
info.yourdomain.com
anything.yourdomain.com

RapidSSL Wildcard Features

256-Bit Encryption
Issued in minutes, installed in seconds!
Unlimited subdomains secured
Automated two step online validation - no paperwork
Unlimited server licenses, unlimited free reissues for certificate lifetime
Maximum Browser Compatibility
FREE "Secured by RapidSSL Wildcard" Site Seal

What is an SSL Certificate?

An SSL Certificate is a bit of code on your Customer's web server that secures online communications. SSL Certificates inspire trust, keep online interactions private and help customers gain the confidence to conduct transactions on a web site.

To enable SSL on a website, you will need to get an SSL Certificate that identifies you and install it on the server. The use of an SSL certificate on a website is usually indicated by a padlock icon in web browsers but it can also be indicated by a green address bar. Once you have done the SSL install, you can access a site securely by changing the URL from http:// to https://. When an SSL certificate is installed on a website, you can be sure that the information you enter (contact or credit card information), is secured and only seen by the organization that owns the website.

Millions of online businesses use SSL certificates to secure their websites and allow their customers to place trust in them.

Why do I need SSL?

If you are transmitting sensitive information on a web site, such as credit card numbers or personal information, you need to secure it with SSL encryption. It is possible for every piece of data to be seen by others unless it is secured by an SSL certificate.

How many domain names can I secure?

SSL server certificates will only secure a single domain name or sub-domain. For example, a certificate could secure www.yourdomain.com or mail.yourdomain.com but not both. The certificate will still work on a different domain name but the web browser will give an error anytime it sees that the address in the address bar doesn't match the domain name (called a common name) in the certificate. If you need to secure multiple sub-domains on a single domain name, you can buy a wildcard certificate. For a wildcard certificate, a common name of *.yourdomain.com would secure www.yourdomain.com, mail.yourdomain.com, secure.yourdomain.com, etc...

QuickSSL Premium as low as $110/yearly:

Cheapest GeoTrust brand SSL certificate! GeoTrust QuickSSL Premium SSL certificates protect confidential online transactions and applications. For instance, E-commerce sites where credit card transactions and other payment transactions occur, Customer/User login pages where personal and confidential information is exchanged, also some sign up pages, such as newsletters, alerts, mailing lists, applications which need customers to summit some personal information to a server.

QuickSSL Premium Features

256-Bit Encryption
Issued in minutes, installed in seconds!
Support for more than 99% of browsers and most mobile device browsers
Automated two step online validation - no paperwork
Unlimited server licenses, unlimited free reissues for certificate lifetime
Dynamic GeoTrust Site Seal embedded with a date/time stamp
FREE "QuickSSL Premium True" Site Seal

What is an SSL Certificate?

An SSL Certificate is a bit of code on your Customer's web server that secures online communications. SSL Certificates inspire trust, keep online interactions private and help customers gain the confidence to conduct transactions on a web site.

To enable SSL on a website, you will need to get an SSL Certificate that identifies you and install it on the server. The use of an SSL certificate on a website is usually indicated by a padlock icon in web browsers but it can also be indicated by a green address bar. Once you have done the SSL install, you can access a site securely by changing the URL from http:// to https://. When an SSL certificate is installed on a website, you can be sure that the information you enter (contact or credit card information), is secured and only seen by the organization that owns the website.

Millions of online businesses use SSL certificates to secure their websites and allow their customers to place trust in them.

Why do I need SSL?

If you are transmitting sensitive information on a web site, such as credit card numbers or personal information, you need to secure it with SSL encryption. It is possible for every piece of data to be seen by others unless it is secured by an SSL certificate.

How many domain names can I secure?

SSL server certificates will only secure a single domain name or sub-domain. For example, a certificate could secure www.yourdomain.com or mail.yourdomain.com but not both. The certificate will still work on a different domain name but the web browser will give an error anytime it sees that the address in the address bar doesn't match the domain name (called a common name) in the certificate. If you need to secure multiple sub-domains on a single domain name, you can buy a wildcard certificate. For a wildcard certificate, a common name of *.yourdomain.com would secure www.yourdomain.com, mail.yourdomain.com, secure.yourdomain.com, etc...

True BusinessID as low as $120/yearly:

Business-class SSL with the trustworthy identity. GeoTrust True BusinessID SSL Certificates provide full, organization authentication and encryption for your online business and prevent phishing harm. True BusinessID SSL Certificates are ideal to secure browser-to-server or server-to-server communication for sites that handle sensitive personal or financial information.

True BusinessID Features

256-Bit Encryption
Issued in 1-2 business days
Business identity authentication to provide higher level of trust
Unlimited server licenses, unlimited free reissues for certificate lifetime
Dynamic GeoTrust Site Seal embedded with a date/time stamp
Maximum Browser Compatibility
FREE "True BusinessID" Site Seal
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