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Where can I get a site seal?

Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

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 customers have to enter their credit card information, or in both these places.

Site seals are of two types: static and dynamic. All Domain Validation SSL Certificates come with a static site seal, which is basically an image. All Business Validation and Extended Validation SSL Certificates come with a dynamic site seal which can be hovered or clicked on, and they will show the name of your company, will confirm that your website was issued a legitimate SSL Certificate, and will prove that your website belongs to your company.


Site Seals for RapidSSL SSL Certificates 

If you purchased an SSL issued by RapidSSL, you can get your site seal at the following link:
https://knowledge.rapidssl.com/support/ssl-certificate-support/index?page=content&id=SO14424


Site Seals for GeoTrust SSL Certificates 

If you purchased an SSL issued by GeoTrust, you can get your site seal at the following link:
https://www.geotrust.com/support/seal/agreement/installation-instructions/


Site Seals for Thawte SSL Certificates 

If you purchased an SSL issued by Thawte, you can get your site seal at the following link:
https://www.thawte.com/ssl/secured-seal/installation-agreement/


Site Seals for Symantec SSL Certificates 

If you purchased an SSL issued by Symantec, you can get your site seal at the following link:
https://www.symantec.com/ssl/seal-agreement/install.jsp


Comodo/Sectigo Site Seals 

If you purchased a Comodo/Sectigo SSL  you can download the dynamic site seal at the following link:  https://sectigo.com/trust-seal