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SSL Certificates

SSL Certificates

Security is paramount: Protect your users data online with SSL.
Choose the SSL Certificate that better fits your needs, and keep your users secured.

Domain Validation

DV certificates offer the same encryption and security as any other SSL certificate, but don’t need to assert as an organizational identity.

PositiveSSL

7,80 Annually
  • Validation : Domain (DV)
  • Domains covered : 1
  • Certification : Single Domain
  • Warranty : $10 000,00
  • Key : 2048-bit RSA
  • Best for : Personal Websites

PositiveSSL Multi-Domain

19,34 Annually
  • Validation : Domain (DV)
  • Domains covered : 3
  • Certification : Multi Domain
  • Warranty : $10 000,00
  • Key : 2048-bit RSA
  • Best for : Ecommerce

PositiveSSL Wildcard

53,06 Annually
  • Validation : Domain (DV)
  • All Level-1 sub-domains
  • Certification : Wildcard
  • Warranty : $10 000,00
  • Key : 2048-bit RSA
  • Best for : Personal or Social

EssentialSSL

11,90 Annually
  • Validation : Domain (DV)
  • Domains covered : 1
  • Certification : Single Domain
  • Warranty : $10 000,00
  • Key : 2048-bit RSA
  • Best for : Personal Websites

EssentialSSL Wildcard

59,06 Annually
  • Validation : Domain (DV)
  • All Level 1 subdomains
  • Certification : Wildcard
  • Warranty : $10 000,00
  • Key : 2048-bit RSA
  • Best for : E-commerce

Organization Validation

OV certificates authenticates organizations and require additional validation, to check the legitimacy of your business.

InstantSSL

43,42 Annually
  • Validation : Organization (OV)
  • Domains covered : 1
  • Certification : Single Domain
  • Warranty : $50 000,00
  • Key : 2048-bit RSA
  • Best for : Business

InstantSSL Pro

38,59 Annually
  • Validation : Organization (OV)
  • Domains covered : 1
  • Certification : Single Domain
  • Warranty : $100 000,00
  • Key : 2048-bit RSA
  • Best for : Business

PremiumSSL

61,79 Annually
  • Validation : Organization (OV)
  • Domains covered : 1
  • Certification : Single Domain
  • Warranty : $100 000,00
  • Key : 2048-bit RSA
  • Best for : Business

PremiumSSL Wildcard

278,12 Annually
  • Validation : Organization (OV)
  • All Level-1 sub-domains
  • Certification : Wildcard
  • Warranty : $250 000,00
  • Key : 2048-bit RSA
  • Best for : Business

Unified Communications

114,84 Annually
  • Validation : Organization (OV)
  • Domains covered : 3
  • Certification : Multi Domain
  • Warranty : $250 000,00
  • Key : 2048-bit RSA
  • Best for : E-commerce

Extended Validation

Provides the highest level of identity assurance so users can feel safe on your website.
Mostly used by banks and trusted retailers use EV to let their customers know they're secure.

EV SSL

89,17 Annually
  • Validation : Extended (EV)
  • Domains covered : 1
  • Certification : Single Domain
  • Warranty : $1 000 000,00
  • Key : 2048-bit RSA
  • Best for : E-commerce

EV SSL Multi-Domain

393,85 Annually
  • Validation : Extended (EV)
  • Domains covered : 3
  • Certification : Multi Domain
  • Warranty : $1 000 000,00
  • Key : 2048-bit RSA
  • Best for : Business

Frequently Asked Questions

These are some of the most frequently asked questions
about SSL Certificates.

SSL Certificates, sometimes called digital certificates or security certificates, are part of a mechanism used to establish an encrypted connection between a browser or user’s computer and a server or website.

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is standard technology for securing an internet connection by encrypting data sent between a website and a browser (or between two servers). It prevents hackers from seeing or stealing any information transferred, including personal or financial data.

SSL isn’t just for ecommerce. It secures all types of information transferred to and from your website.

Forms & Logins
SSL encrypts and protects usernames and passwords, as well as forms used to submit personal information, documents or images.

Checkout Pages
Customers are much more likely to complete a purchase if they know your checkout area (and the credit card info they share) is secure.

Blogs & Informational Sites:
Websites like blogs and websites that don’t collect payments or sensitive information still need HTTPS to keep user activity private.

HTTPS refers to Hyper Text Protocol Secure and refers to the protocol used to connect to a website secured by an SSL/TLS certificate. When accessing a website securely, ‘https’ is used in the URL, instead of ‘http’.

Users can view the details of the certificate, including the issuing authority and the corporate name of the website owner, by clicking the lock symbol on the browser bar.