If your router has a public IP address, you can still validate that IP address. HTTP/HTTPS validation is the only method available for IP address validation. The HTTP/HTTPS validation method consists of adding a TXT file on your IP address and having Comodo/Sectigo scan that IP address and validate it. There is no way to [...]
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You can install it your Comodo/Sectigo CPAC Certificate as soon as it has been issued to you. Here are installation instructions for different browsers, email clients and mobile devices provided directly by Sectigo/Comodo: https://www.comodo.com/support/products/authentication_certs/setup/
Certain SSL Certificates allow you to secure an IP address, only if it is a public IP address. The validation process for IP addresses is similar to validating a domain name, but it has its particularities. That is why we encourage you to follow the guidelines below. Comodo (now Sectigo) 1) First of all, you have to [...]
Sometimes, the SSL Certificate which was issued to you does not match the Private Key which you are trying to use when installing that SSL Certificate on your server. That is a common user generated error. If the system says there is a mismatch, then you need to double check the CSR and Private Key [...]
When configuring your SSL Certificate, you are asked to choose your webserver type. If you don't know which server type you have, simply choose "Other" and your SSL Certificate will work on any server type for sure. For certificate authorities, the webserver type question is more a statistics question than an attribute which your SSL [...]
To confirm you are the owner of the domain name using the HTTP method, you’ll have to upload a TXT file to a location on your website and server that looks like this: http://mywebiste.com/.well-known/pki-validation/HashFileName.txt We will provide instructions on how to create the .well-known folder for various server types: Linux based servers (Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS) [...]
The main differences between Comodo (Sectigo) EV Code Signing and a regular code signing certificate from Comodo/Sectigo are the following two major features: Extended Validation - offers the highest level of trust since Comodo/Sectigo verifies the publisher’s authenticity rigorously Two-factor authentication - the main requirement to store the private key on an external hardware token [...]
Comodo (now Sectigo) Personal Authentication Certificate helps business reduce the risks and threats associated with using standard passwords through enabling the two-factor authentication of users. If you need a stronger guarantee that the person logging into your company network or account is your legitimate employee, CPAC SSL Certificates will allow you to secure your sensitive and [...]
Comodo (Sectigo) Personal Authentication Certificate lets you easily sign any valuable and critical personal or company document, therefore ensuring compliance with industry requirements of digitally signed documents. By digitally signing the document, you identify yourself as the authentic document signer and certify its integrity by proving that your document hasn’t been altered since it was [...]
Comodo (Sectigo) Personal Authentication Certificates provide you the highest level of protection by enabling end-to-end encryption of your email communications. By signing and encrypting your outgoing email messages, you protect them from Man-in-the-Middle attacks, https proxies, or packet-sniffers, therefore your messages can’t be intercepted and decrypted by a malicious third party. Encrypting Email Messages guarantees [...]
Comodo (now Sectigo) Personal Authentication Certificates were designed for individuals and businesses who are looking at implementing the best web security practices, such as email & document encryption and user two-factor authentication. However, each CPAC SSL Certificate was designed to fit a particular need. Just like DV, BV, and EV SSL Certificates, CPAC SSL Certificates come [...]
If you are still wondering what are the main benefits of each validation type (Domain Validation (DV), Business Validation (BV), and Extended Validation (EV)) and why you should choose one vs. another, then this is the right FAQ for you. Each of these SSL Certificate types was created having in mind a certain customer trust [...]
Yes, absolutely. The Multi-Domain (UCC/SAN) SSL Certificate allows you to secure multiple domains or subdomains which are hosted either on one IP address or different IP addresses. This SSL Certificate type was particularly designed to secure multiple websites within one single SSL Certificate as an easy-to-use and cost-effective solution.
To add your Company Name and TAX/VAT number, you have to login into your SSL Dragon Account and follow these steps: Click on the “Hello, *Your Name*” button on the right top side of your account dashboard and select “Edit Account Settings”; On the ‘My Details’ page, you will find the ‘Company Name’ and ‘Company [...]
SSL Dragon is a fully approved SSL Certificate Reseller that has a wide range of SSL products issued by trusted Certificate Authorities (CAs) such as Comodo/Sectigo, RapidSSL, Geotrust, Thawte, and Symantec. Since SSL Resellers offer CAs greater access to a large number of clients, this highly successful distribution model allows the CAs to focus on [...]
Sign in to “My Account” on our SSL Dragon website; Once you are logged in, go to the main menu, select “Services” -> “My Services“; You will see the list of SSL Certificates which you bought on our website. Click on the SSL Certificate which you have just ordered, to enter its details page; When [...]
Choose the SSL Certificate, then select the period (1, 2, or 3 years) and number of domains (only for Multi-Domain SSL Certificates), and click “Buy Now”; You’ll be redirected to your Shopping Cart, where you need to confirm the period (and, for Multi-Domain SSL Certificates, number of additional domains) and can order SSL Installation services, [...]
When you buy a multi-domain SSL Certificate and you include several domain names and/or sub-domains in it, the Certificate Authorities require you to pass the domain validation for each and every domain name and/or sub-domain that you included in your multi-domain SSL Certificate, and only after that the multi-domain SSL Certificate will be issued to you. POSSIBLE PROBLEM: [...]
This article will help you determine which multi-domain SSL Certificate you should get. We have categorized the multi-domain SSL Certificates in 4 groups, and we would recommend you to read about each group and then choose a multi-domain SSL Certificate from the group that meets your preferences best: Domain validated multi-domain certificates. There are two [...]
EV SSL Certificates issued by GeoTrust, Thawte and Symantec have a quicker and easier Extended Validation process compared to those issued by Comodo/Sectigo. With GeoTrust, Thawte and Symantec, the Certificate Authority does most of the company validation process all by itself, and in rare cases requires the customers to provide additional information and legal letters signed by [...]
BV SSL Certificates issued by GeoTrust, Thawte and Symantec have a quicker and easier Business Validation process compared to those issued by Comodo/Sectigo. With GeoTrust, Thawte and Symantec, the Certificate Authority does most of the company validation process all by itself, and in rare cases requires the customers to provide additional information and legal letters signed [...]
After installing an SSL Certificate on your website, you can also let your visitors and customers know that your website is secure by adding a site seal somewhere on a prominent place on your website. You can choose to place the site seal in the footer of your website, or on the checkout page where [...]
Some Certificate Authorities (especially Comodo/Sectigo and Symantec) may ask you to update or add your phone number to your company's DUNS listing, as a part of your Business or Extended Validation process. After you have contacted Dun & Bradstreet and added your phone number to your company's DUNS listing, it may take between 5 and 40 days for Dun & Bradstreet to make [...]
We allow you to reissue your SSL Certificate for various reasons. You may want to change your domain name, your company name, or maybe you changed servers and you were given another CSR which was generated on your new server, or you lost your Private Key and you need to get a new Private Key based [...]
If your Credit / Debit Card payment via our default payment processor (Stripe) fails, you can always pay using a Credit/ Debit Card via PayPal. Here is how to do that: Please go to "My Invoices" page inside your SSL Dragon account to see the unpaid invoice for your order: https://my.ssldragon.com/clientarea.php?action=invoices Click on your unpaid invoice to open [...]
All Symantec SSL Certificates require customers to pass the Business Validation or Extended Validation process. On Symantec SSL Certificates, these two validation processes are identical. As a part of the Business Validation or Extended Validation process, you need to provide information about your company and your company's phone number. DUNS number You need to provide your [...]
When requesting an SSL Certificate you have to prove that you own or you have management rights over the domain or sub-domain that you are requesting an SSL Certificate for. Domain validation by email If you have an SSL Certificate issued by Comodo/Sectigo, GeoTrust, Thawte, Symantec and RapidSSL, then you can complete the domain validation is by [...]
Please go through the next steps in order to change the domain validation type for your SSL Certificate: 1) Log into your SSL Dragon account; 2) Go to "Services" -> "My Services"; 4) You will see the list of products which you bought from SSL Dragon. Click on the SSL Certificate which you would like [...]
You can contact Certificate Authorities directly when you have any questions related to your SSL Certificates. Anytime you call them, please refer to your Order ID, which you can find on the SSL Certificate's details page inside your SSL Dragon account (see screenshot on the right). Here is the contact information to all Certificate Authorities that we work [...]
There are two options of what an EV SSL Certificate can display in the address bar: 1) The company name only, for example: GPI Holding, LLC [US] 2) DBA (Doing Business As) and the company name, for example: SSL Dragon (GPI Holding, LLC) [US] Certificate Authorities do not allow customers to display only the DBA in the [...]
You have to pass the Extended Validation when you buy a new EV SSL Certificate. If you buy your EV SSL Certificate for 1 year, then your certificate will be valid for 1 year, and you will have to pass the Extended Validation again in 1 years when you request a new EV SSL Certificate. If you buy your [...]
You have to pass the Business Validation when you buy a new BV SSL Certificate. If you buy your BV SSL Certificate for 1 year, then your certificate will be valid for 1 year, and you will have to pass the Business Validation again in 1 years when you request a new BV SSL Certificate. If you buy your BV [...]
Unfortunately, domain names that end with .local are not supported from November 1st, 2015. If you request an SSL Certificate for a domain or sub-domain that has .local as an extension, your SSL Certificate will be rejected by the Certificate Authority. If you want to secure a domain or sub-domain on your localhost, you can create [...]
Yes, you can change the domain name that your SSL Certificate is issued to. The procedure involves the reconfiguration and reissue of your SSL Certificate, and there are some additional steps if you have a Business Validation or Extended Validation Certificate. Domain Validation SSL Certificates You can reissue your SSL Certificate from your SSL Dragon [...]
Yes, you can change the company name that your SSL Certificate is issued to. The procedure involves the reconfiguration and reissue of your SSL Certificate, and there are some additional steps if you have a Business Validation or Extended Validation Certificate. Domain Validation SSL Certificates You can reissue your SSL Certificate from your SSL Dragon account [...]
Unfortunately, there are no Wildcard EV SSL Certificates on the market. The Certificate Authorities refuse to issue EV Wildcard SSL Certificates because of the security reasons, so as they want to have complete control over the subdomains that they issue an EV SSL to. That is why, your only solution is to buy a Multi-Domain [...]
Yes, you can secure an IP address with an SSL Certificate. However, only some specific SSL Certificates will allow you to do that. Here are those SSL Certificates: - Comodo/Sectigo InstantSSL Premium Please note that this certificate is a Business Validation SSL Certificate, which means that you need to have a registered company in order to be issued this SSL certificate. [...]
A Multi-Domain Wildcard SSL Certificate is specifically created to allow users to secure multiple domains and sub-domains using one single SSL Certificate. NOTE #1: Any Multi-Domain Wildcard SSL Certificate should start with a non-Wildcard domain. This means that anytime you configure and request a Multi-Domain Wildcard SSL Certificate, you need to generate a CSR (Certificate Signing Request) for a [...]
The sub-domains that you can secure with one Wildcard SSL Certificate have to be either 1st level sub-domains (e.g.: *.example.com) or 2nd level sub-domains (*.mob.example.com). You cannot secure 1st and 2nd level sub-domains with one regular Wildcard SSL Certificate. If you want to secure 1st level sub-domains and 2nd level sub-domains, you have to get a [...]
A Wildcard SSL Certificate is specifically created to allow users to secure one single domain name and all its sub-domains. With other words, you can secure one single domain name and an unlimited number of sub-domains belonging to that domain name with one single Wildcard SSL Certificate. You can add sub-domains to your server and they [...]
You can add sub-domains to your server and they will be covered by your Wildcard SSL Certificate automatically. You do not need to re-issue your Wildcard SSL Certificate each and every time when you add sub-domains to it. The newly added sub-domains will be automatically covered by your Wildcard SSL Certificate.
When you buy or configure your Multi-Domain (SAN) SSL Certificate, please note that most Multi-Domain Certificates do not secure the domains with and without "www". With other words if you want to secure both, example.com and www.example.com under one single Multi-Domain Certificate, that will be considered as two different domain names. The screenshot on the right [...]
A Multi-Domain (SAN) SSL Certificate is specifically created to allow users to secure multiple domains and/or multiple sub-domains with one single SSL Certificate. Depending on the SSL Certificate product and brand, the certificate will include a different number of additional domains (called SANs) at the price quoted on the SSL Certificate's details page (see screenshot [...]
You can check if you have an Organization Validation SSL Certificate by looking at the attributes of your SSL Certificate. Business Validation equals to Organization Validation. This being said, wherever you see "Business Validation" it also means "Organization Validation". Please open the two screenshots on the right in order to see where you can find [...]
You can check whether your SSL Certificate requires Domain Validation, Business Validation or Extended Validation by looking at the attributes of your SSL Certificate. Please open the two screenshots on the right in order to see where you can find the information about the validation type of your SSL Certificate.
Here are several links with instructions on how to install a Comodo/Sectigo Code Signing Certificate: a) Code Signing Certificate Installation b) How to Verify Your Code Signing Certificate Is Installed (Windows) c) How to Verify Your Code Signing Certificate Is Installed (MAC) d) Using a Code Signing Certificate for Java Signing e) Other information about [...]
The Private Key was generated on your machine when you configured your Comodo/Sectigo Code Signing Certificate initially. The screenshot from the right shows the page where you configured your Comodo/Sectigo Code Signing Certificate initially. As you can see in the screenshot, you were given instructions on how to check and backup your Private Key. If [...]
Here are the steps that you need to do in order to reissue your Comodo/Sectigo Code Signing Certificate: 1) Login at https://www.comodo.com/login using the username and password that you used when you configured your Comodo/Sectigo Code Signing Certificate initially; 2) Once you are logged in, find the "Replace" button and click on it; 3) You will [...]
If you go to your SSL Dragon account, then to your SSL Certificate details page, you will find the 3 large pieces of codes that your SSL Certificate is made of: 1) The CSR code is the one which you generated along with your Private Key, and which you used to configure your SSL Certificate. 2) The [...]
Your current SSL Certificate will expire as soon as the "Next Due Date" for your SSL Certificate passes. If you keep your old and expired SSL Certificate on your website, then all the web and mobile browsers will show your website as insecure and will prompt users that your website has a major security problem, and [...]
The process of renewing your SSL Certificate is almost the same as placing a new order. You may start the renewal within 90 days before the expiration date. Here are the steps how to renew your SSL Certificate: Click on the "Renew" button on the product page of your expiring SSL Certificate within your SSL [...]
You need to go to your SSL Dragon account and check the "Next Due Date" for the SSL Certificates that you have with us. You can do that by following the next steps: 1) Log into your SSL Dragon account at: https://my.ssldragon.com/ 2) Go to Services -> My Services; 3) You will see the list of [...]
You may start the renewal process for your SSL Certificate within 90 days before its expiration date. Your new SSL Certificate will be connected with the old one, which means that all the remaining days from the previous SSL Certificate will be added to the new one. If you have a Domain Validation SSL Certificate, [...]
There are SSL Certificates of three validation types: 1) Domain Validation SSL Certificates - are the least expensive SSL Certificates. They are the easiest to get, and are issued within 3-5 minutes. More info... 2) Business Validation SSL Certificates require you to have a registered company. When users click on the green padlock icon for your [...]
Some servers and hosting companies may require you to submit your SSL Certificate in a different format than the original format in which your SSL Certificate was provided to you. Here are some links with instructions on how to convert an SSL Certificate to different file formats: CRT to PFX format conversion 1. Get PFX from CRT and txt [...]
There is no place in your SSL Dragon account where you can download the SSL Certificate from. We provide you the SSL Certificate in the exact same form in which we get it from the Certificate Authority. Anyway, if you need your SSL Certificate as actual files, then you can use any text editing tool [...]
You can find detailed documentation about the SSL Certificates' best installation practices at SSL Labs.
One of the most common reasons why a website which has an SSL Certificate installed continues to show as insecure, is that your website continues to pull content, images or videos from unsecured HTTP links. You need to change all the links that you are pulling content from to HTTPS links, and your website will start [...]
You can get the SSL Certificate from your SSL Dragon account by following the next steps: 1) Log into your SSL Dragon account; 2) Go to Services; 3) Then go to My Services; 4) You will see the list of products which you bought from us. Click on the SSL Certificate which you bought; 5) [...]
There are many different ways to install an SSL Certificate, and they all depend on your SSL Certificate brand, the web server type, the operating system on your server, and the web hosting panel that you have on your server. These being said, please check our Installation Articles to get detailed instructions on how to install [...]
Two great tools to check how well your SSL Certificate is installed are: 1) SSL Server Test 2) Why No Padlock? You only have to paste your https URL to get a free report and an A++ to F grade on your SSL Certificate installation. These tools will tell you what are the vulnerabilities of your SSL Certificate installation, and [...]
This is one of the most frequent questions that we get. Unfortunately we cannot send you the Private Key, because it is private, and we do not store it anywhere in our system and database. The Private Key is always confidential, and it is only you as the SSL Certificate owner who should have it. If [...]
Comodo/Sectigo Code Signing Certificates can be configured for a Business or for an Individual. If you configured your certificate as an individual, then you can go directly to the middle of this article, to the section called "Validation for Individuals", where you will find detailed information about how to pass the validation as an individual. If you configured [...]
When you configure your Comodo/Sectigo Code Signing Certificate as an individual, you need to enter your first and last name in the "Company Name" field. This will tell Comodo/Sectigo that you are requesting a Code Signing Certificate for an individual instead of a company.
When you configure your Comodo/Sectigo Code Signing SSL Certificate, it is best to use some specific browsers for that. Here is an article that describes which browsers are best to use for configuring a Comodo/Sectigo Code Signing Certificate. When you configure your Comodo/Sectigo Code Signing Certificate, make sure that "Advanced Private Key Options" is visible [...]
If you generated your CSR code on the CSR Generator on our website, then the CSR and the Private Key were both shown to you when you generated your CSR. They were also sent to your email address that you included in the CSR form that you filled in on our website. The message that was [...]
Yes, you can look what information your CSR includes, by doing a process which is opposite to encrypting it. You can use our CSR Decoder tool in order to see what information is included in your CSR. You can do that our CSR Decoder page.
Once you got your CSR code and Private Key, you can enter your CSR when ordering an SSL Certificate. Here is where you need to enter your CSR code: Sign in to “My Account” on our SSL Dragon website; Once you are logged in, go to the main menu, select “Services” -> “My Services“; You will see the [...]
A CSR is issued immediately. It will be issued to you as soon as you fill in the CSR Generator form.
Whether you accidentally or purposefully enter some incorrect information during the CSR generation process, the CSR and the Private Key will still be issued to you immediately. However, once you use the CSR code to apply for an SSL Certificate, you may or may not be issued an SSL Certificate. It is solely at the [...]
The CSR contains the following encrypted information: your country, state, city/town, name of the organization, department from your organization, the domain name that you want the SSL Certificate to be issued for, and the email address where your CSR code and the Private Key will be sent to once they are both generated.
You need a CSR in order to apply for an SSL Certificate. Later, when your SSL Certificate is issued to you, then you will also use the CSR code for the activation of the TLS (Transport Layer Security).
“CSR” stands for “Certificate Signing Request”. The CSR code represents an encrypted text message which a person or a company sends to the Certificate Authority through SSL Dragon as a part of applying for an SSL Certificate. The CSR code contains information about you and your company, which will be included in the SSL Certificate that will [...]
The multi-domain certificate can be initially activated for the primary domain name. If you wish to add more domains later, you need to reissue the certificate in your SSLDragon.com account.
Yes, you can receive a refund for the unused additional domains that you bought. If you have already activated the SAN for a particular domain name, than you cannot be refunded for that specific domain name, unless you accept to take off that SAN/domain from multi-domain certificate.
You can secure inexpensively and efficiently multiple domains and/or sub-domains with a Multi-Domain (SAN) SSL Certificate. Depending on the SSL Certificate brand and certificate product, the SAN cert will include a different number of additional domains at the price quoted on the SSL Certificate's details page (see screenshot on the right). You can find our full [...]
The Subject Alternative Name (SAN) SSL certificate, also called the Unified Communication Certificate (UCC) or the Multi-Domain SSL certificate was particularly developed to secure all your domains and subdomains by owning one single SSL certificate. This type of certificate ensures the security for both, your internal and external domains/subdomains and is fully compatible with your [...]
The validation process is completed by the SSL provider, also called Certificate Authority (CA). The CA will contact you during the validation process to confirm that you are indeed the owner of the domain. The certificate you purchase from SSLDragon will be validated by one of following CA: Symantec, GeoTrust, Thawte, Comodo (now Sectigo), RapidSSL.
The validation time of an SSL depends on the type of certificate you chose to buy. Domain Validated certificates are issued within 3-5 minutes in 99% of the cases. Only when an SSL Certificate is requested for a domain name that contains a trademark or a brand name, then those SSL Certificates may pass brand [...]
You can check if you have an Extended Validation SSL Certificate by looking at the attributes of your SSL Certificate. Please open the two screenshots on the right in order to see where you can find the information about the validation type of your SSL Certificate. Different SSL Certificate brands have different Extended Validation procedures. [...]
You can check if you have a Business Validation SSL Certificate by looking at the attributes of your SSL Certificate. Please open the two screenshots on the right in order to see where you can find the information about the validation type of your SSL Certificate. Different SSL Certificate brands have different Business Validation procedures. [...]
In order to buy a Domain Validated certificate, you do not need to provide any documentation. You will have to confirm the domain ownership through a simple email or file-based authentication. Following completion of one of these elements, the DV certificate will be signed and released to you.
Encryption strength is the size of the keys used to perform the encryption of data during an SSL session. The longer keys provide stronger encryption and make it difficult for computers to break the code. All our SSL certificates support up to 256-bit encryption, as it is strongly recommended by the industry experts.
The reissue of an SSL certificate means its replacement with a new SSL. The reissued SSL certificate will only be valid until the expiration of the original certificate. You will need to request the reissue of your SSL certificate in any one of the following situations: You have lost the private key for the certificate; [...]
SHA - standing for Secure Hash Algorithm - is a hash algorithm used by certification authorities to sign certificates and CRL (Certificates Revocation List). SHA-1 is an older version of the algorithm that is no longer considered to be secure by major browsers and industry experts. SHA-1 is no longer allowed to be used during [...]
In order to have the Green Address Bar on your website, you have to purchase an Extended Validated (EV) SSL Certificate. We offer EV SSL certificates for different purposes, assuring different levels of security. You can find the whole list of EV certificates issued by 4 global leaders Internet Security at this link.
All our SSL certificates are issued by global leaders in Internet Security: Symantec, GeoTrust, Thawte, Comodo (now Sectigo), RapidSSL.
Any business that is officially registered with a government authority can qualify for an Extended Validated SSL Certificate. This certificate is issued only after the Certificate Authority (CA) performed an extensive verification of your company and its owner, confirming that your business is trustworthy.
The validity of an SSL certificate varies between 1 and 3 years, depending on the certificate you choose to buy. The Extended Validated SSL certificates are valid for 1 or 2 years. The Domain and Business Validated SSL certificates offered by Comodo (now Sectigo), RapidSSL, Symantec, GeoTrust and Thawte can be issued for up to [...]
An SSL certificate warranty is insurance which covers any damage that you may incur as a result of a data breach or hack that was caused due to a flaw in the certificate. The SSL warranties range in value from $5,000 to $1,500,000. This means that the higher value certificates come with more extensive warranties.
A site seal is a security icon graphic showing the name of the issuing Authority of the SSL. The site seal on your website is a proof that your business has been verified by the Certificate Authority. You will be issued a static or dynamic site seal, depending on the SSL certificate that you buy [...]
The CodeSigning certificate was specifically developed for increasing the trustworthiness of your software products. This type of certificate protects your digital downloadable goods, like scripts or codes, by signing them and guaranteeing their authenticity and integrity. This certification brings a greater level of your customers’ trust, by ensuring them that your content is safe and [...]
A Wildcard certificate will secure an unlimited number of subdomains.
You can secure multiple subdomains by purchasing a Wildcard Certificate. This SSL was specifically designed for ensuring the security of your main domain, along with its multiple subdomains. For instance, if your site’s domain is ssldragon.com, then the Wildcard certificate for *.ssldragon.com will secure an unlimited number of your first-level subdomains like mail.ssldragon.com, account.ssldragon.com or [...]
The Wildcard SSL certificate was specifically designed for ensuring the security of your main domain, along with its multiple subdomains. For instance, if your site’s domain is ssldragon.com, then the Wildcard certificate for “*.ssldragon.com” will secure an unlimited number of your first-level subdomains like mail.ssldragon.com, account.ssldragon.com or login.ssldragon.com. By buying this SSL certificate, you don’t [...]
The Extended Validation (EV) SSL Certificate is the best choice if you want to build customer relationships based on security and trust. This certificate is issued only after the Certificate Authority (CA) performed an extensive verification of your company and its owner, confirming that your business is trustworthy. The validation process can take a few [...]
The Business Validation (BV), also called Organization Validation (OV), SSL certificate is recommended if you have an e-commerce website that is a registered business. Besides the domain validation performed through e-mail, you will have to provide company documentation to receive business authentication. During this authentication process, the Certificate Authority (CA) will verify if your business [...]
The Domain Validation (DV) SSL certificate is the most affordable choice for increasing the security of your blog, personal or small business website. Since there is no required paperwork, the process of acquiring the Domain Validation certificate is very quick and easy: you will have to prove that you are the domain owner just by [...]
You have to purchase an SSL certificate if your website contains logins or web forms that require personal or credit card information from your customers. The SSL certificate will secure the personal data shared on your website and will make your clients feel safer while performing transactions, knowing that any information shared is within a [...]
An SSL Certificate takes the information that your users provide and encrypts it, so that only a web server can decrypt it and understand it. So as the information on the web is transmitted via HTTP language, your data is not protected, as HTTP itself is not secure. The SSL Certificate takes your information, encrypts [...]
The “SSL Certificate” stands for “Security Socket Layers Certificate”. This protocol was created to protect data travelling between two machines through data encryption. All the information from the Internet is basically transferred from one location to another in the form of HTTP language (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol). But HTTP by itself is unprotected and susceptible [...]