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SSL Certificates

SSL encrypts confidential data such as credit card numbers and passwords. Private SSL is required when taking credit cards off your site. You are welcome to provide us with the SSL and we will install it for $15, or you can purchase a 128bit/256bit Comodo certificate directly from us

SSL Certificates

Increase your online transactions by boosting customer confidence.

oday's online shoppers are savvy about online security. Before completing a transaction or sharing personal information with you, online visitors need to know that your website can be trusted. Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Certificates provide a visual indicator that your website is legitimate and secure.

When choosing an SSL Certificate, consider the brand recognition, turn-around time and investment cost that is right for your business. Start building consumer confidence and online profit by ordering SSL Certificate.

How SSL Works

Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology protects your website and makes it easy for your users to trust you in the following way:

Frequently Asked Questions

What is SSL?

SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. It is an encryption layer that encodes information that is exchanged between a client and a server, protecting the transmission of sensitive and private data.

Why do I need an SSL certificate for my site?

If your site sends or receives sensitive information, including accepting payment information, account information, or if your site includes a log-on feature, then your site should be secured with a certificate. Other applications of SSL Certificates include sites that utilize an API, database, and email.

How does SSL work?

An SSL certificate is a file installed on the web server that a web site is running on. This file is composed of two segments. The first is the public key, which encrypts data. The second is the private key, which decrypts data. When a client, such as a web browser, connects to an SSL secured server a unique session is created using these two keys. All data transmitted during this session is protected, and cannot be decrypted by any party other than that specific client and the server.

Do SSL certificates work in all web browsers?

SSL Certificates are compatible with 99.9% of all browsers, including all major web browsers.

What is a CA?

CA stands for Certificate Authority. A CA is the company issuing the certificate that does all of the verification involved and provides the certificate to the purchaser.