SSL Certificates

SSL Certificates: Be safe out there!

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) Certificates are small data files that digitally bind a cryptographic key to your domain name, server name or hostname, your company name or identity and your location. If that sounds complicated, think of it as a padlock that protects your data and your transactions. Visitors can see if a website is SSL secure, and you’ll want to be absolutely sure you are, especially if you handle credit card transactions or other sensitive information. Let us unlock the mysteries of SSL Certification for you and make sure you’re operating in complete security.

  • Price (yearly)
  • Type
  • Wildcard
  • Dyn. Seal
  • Green Bar

QuickSSL

  • 149 €
  • Domain only

BuisnessID

  • 199 €
  • Full Organization

Wildcard

  • 499 €
  • Full Organization

QuickSSL EV

  • 299 €
  • Full Org. plus EV
  • Price (yearly)
  • Type
  • Wildcard
  • Dyn. Seal
  • Green Bar

Easytrust SSL

  • 89 €
  • Domain only

Premium SSL

  • 149 €
  • Full Organization

SSL Wildcard

  • 449 €
  • Full Organization

EV SSL

  • 289 €
  • Full Org. plus EV

Real life security risks

Security threats can either result from human error or malicious intent, like from a rival company or hackers playing pranks. Every time information is being shared between two computers, it is transmitted via numerous servers in order to reach each side - in plain text that can be read by anyone, unless it is encrypted. SSL was created to provide this encryption. With SSL, you can type in a credit card number or other private information, and be sure that it is encrypted before being sent out.

Solution

By digitally binding a cryptographic key to a company’s details, it creates a padlock securing all the connections from a web server to a web browser. There are different types of SSL options, each corresponding to a company’s needs. Domain SSL certificates can be issued within minutes and are inexpensive, while Extended SSL provide the highest and most visible level of assurance. There are even Multi Domain SSL Certificates and other options available, all of which are easy to issue and manage.

Benefits

Visitors to your site can see that it is secure once an SSL Certificate has been installed. There are several indicators, including a locked padlock symbol in the address bar, an https replacing the standard http in the address, and if the company is using an Extended Validation SSL, the address bar will turn from white to green. Knowing that your site is secure will gain your visitors trust, especially if they will be making payments online. But the real benefit isn’t having people perceive you as secure, it’s knowing that you are.