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Why you need an SSL Certificate?
Increase Your Search Engine Rank
Search engines prefer websites which are safe and secure. Having an SSL certificate makes sure your website is https-encrypted.
Build Trust for your Customers
Our SSL certificates provide top level of encryption for sensitive data. This bring trust among your customers that your website is safe and will protect their data.
Giving your customers payment option they prefer not only is a professional way also drives more conversion. To make that happen safely and keeping user’s sensitive data safe you need an SSL Certificate.
Remove "Not Secure" Tag
Any website which is not secured by an SSL certificate will be marked “Not Secure” and that is not good for you and your customer. Having our SSL certificate on your website removes such warnings.
Comply with Regulation Standards
An SSL certificate provides the strongest protection for online businesses, including standards and regulations such as PCI-DSS, HIPAA, HITECH, GDPR and more.
Strong Business Identity
Having a safe, secured and protected website build confidence in your users that your are committed to protect their data.
Speak the language of security with an SSL certificate.
The little green lock lets visitors know that you’ll keep their data safe.
Other Website Security Features
Keep your data safe while you grow your business online
Get peace of mind with daily malware scans and removals.
What is an SSL?
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a web server and a browser. This link ensures that all data passed between the web server and browsers remain private and integral.
Why can't I purchase an SSL for more than 2 years to match my other products?
Internet security moves fast, we make sure you have the most up to date security by forcing re-keys every 2 years.
Can I install 1 SSL to multiple servers?
Yes, you need to export the private key that the CSR was generated on, and import that private key to any other server you want to install the SSL on. If the servers have different operating systems, you install the private key and then download the appropriate certiﬁcate and intermediate bundle for each server type. Installing that private key on the other servers creates that “handshake” to allow it to encrypt properly.