An SSL certificate can be added to your web server to provide additional security for online communications. When a web browser contacts your secured web site, the SSL certificate enables an encrypted connection. You may have seen web addresses that start with
https:// - or maybe you have seen a padlock within your browser window.
These are indications that the website owner has taken steps to prevent data from being read by a third party. There are several types of certificate available:
Standard SSL Certificates (single name)
Single-name SSL Certificates provide encryption and authentication for one domain.
Extended Validation (EV) Certificates (single name)
Extended Validation (EV) Certificates use the highest level of authentication to boost and maintain customer confidence in e-commerce through a rigorous verification process.
Extended Validation (EV) (multi-name)
Extended validation (EV) multi-domain certificates give you the green bar assurance of extended validation and can secure up to 25 domains, sites, and sub-domains with one certificate.
Wildcard SSL Certificates (entire domain)
Wildcard certificates use Subject Alternative Names (SANs) to secure a domain and all of its first-level subdomains.
Please contact us using the contact form if you would like more details about making your website more secure using SSL certificates.
We highly recommend DigiCert SSL certificates.