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fast and simple way to secure your website with industry-standard up to 256-bit encryption. The process of obtaining one of these SSL certificates couldn't be easier and is usually handled with just a standard email. A file-based authentication method can also be used and is recommended if you have direct access to the server that hosts your domain name.
EV certificates are the top-of-the-line SSL solution. Not only do they encrypt your website and safely protect user information from prying eyes, but they also come with a variety of premium features that boost trust and clearly demonstrate you're someone that's safe to do business with. The main way EV certificates do this is by displaying your verified company name in all major browsers, which confirms both your identity and trustworthiness.
OV certificates, are a type of SSL technology that offers up to 256-bit encryption to websites of businesses and other registered organizations. The difference between OV certificates and domain validated (DV) certificates is that a little extra vetting is required to confirm that you not only own your domain but that your organization is also legit. But don't fret! So long as your business is registered, the validation process isn't a problem. In most cases, it only takes a couple of days and you'll be all set.
Web server communication security is a major concern for any online business or for the industry, because in the rapidly expanding world of electronic communication security is paramount. Web server SSL Certificate helps you to secure your client or web server communication with strong 2048 bit encryption.
Digicert, GeoTrust, RapidSSL, Sectigo, Comodo CA and Thawte
RapidSSL is a well-respect CA that puts its focus on speed. Its lightning-fast, fully automated issuance process means you can purchase SSL and have it issued in just minutes.
Thawte has been building an unrivaled reputation of trust and reliability for over 17 years by being the first Certificate Authority to sell SSL certificates internationally and by remaining exclusively-focused on digital certificates to continue helping businesses gain an edge in consumer confidence.
DigiCert eliminates the frustration with PKI & simplifies SSL/TLS. It's one of the most trusted, most relied-upon Certificate Authorities in the world. DigiCert perfected validation, invests millions in its infrastructure yearly, powers the Norton™ brand & continues to be on the forefront of post-quantum cryptography, IoT and blockchain.
GeoTrust is one of the most trusted web security brands in the world. With a laser-sharp focus on business-class encryption solutions, GeoTrust is an ideal fit for any company or organization looking to secure its websites while staying within its budget.
Sectigo is one of the world's leading certificate authorities, with over 100,000,000 digital certificates issued in over 150 countries. With a range of digital certificate offerings from Code Signing and SMIME to all types of SSL, Sectigo has a product to fit nearly any budget.
Comodo, powered by Sectigo, offers a wide array of product offerings, all with different validation levels, warranties and additional features. Comodo is sure to have the perfect security solution for any company or organization.
You probably have pressing questions about SSL Certificates. Here are some frequently asked questions from our users.
SSL, which stands for Secure Sockets Layer, is a cyber-security protocol that digitally encrypts information sent from a browser to a server. SSL certificates are used to protect sensitive information like credit card numbers, usernames, passwords, email addresses, and more. A website with an SSL certificate is identified using a number of trust indicators, like “https” and the padlock icon in the browser bar, a site seal from a reputable Certificate Authority (CA), and a green bar that wraps around the URL on more premium certificates.
The only way to get the green address bar on your website is with an Extended Validation (EV) certificate. These are the only type of SSL certificate that come with the green address bar.
The main criteria for qualifier for an EV certificate would be that your business is an official company registered with a government authority. Also, if you’re a Sole Proprietor or a Partnership registered in the U.K., you cannot qualify for any EV SSL certificate.
GeoTrust and RapidSSL both offer coverage for www and non-www. As long as the certificate is generated with www as the common name, the non-www version will automatically be covered. This is not the case, however, for Symantec and Thawte certificates. You will to purchase separate certificates to cover both the www and non-www common name for either of those brands. Comodo certificates also automatically cover www and non-www.
Wildcard SSL certificates can cover one main domain name (www.domain.com) and an unlimited amount of subdomains (mail.domain.com, login.domain.com, test.domain.com, etc.).
256-bit encryption is a server configuration. This has nothing to do with the certificate itself, it is based on your server configuration. To learn this, you should seek information provided by your webhosting platform or operating system. They will inform you how to set this encryption strength up.
An intermediate certificate is a file that helps the web browser identify who issued your SSL certificate. It is not required, but it is HIGHLY recommended that you install it along with your server SSL certificate in order to have full compatibility with all browsers and mobile devices.
An intermediate certificate will be emailed to you along with your SSL certificate. You can also download the intermediate certificate from the vendor's website, which is something that can be done if you didn't receive the intermediate via email. This is also sometimes referred to as the "CA Bundle." It is also important to note that some certificates have multiple intermediate certificates.