GlobalSign's SSL Certificates offer the strongest encryption and value-add features to ensure your website is protected and meets the demands of today's modern sites. Customers and visitors to your site will know that their browsing session is safe, and that payment details and personal information is kept secure and encrypted.
OrganizationSSL is an organization validated certificate that gives your website a step up in credibility over domain validated SSL Certificates. OrganizationSSL activates the browser padlock and https, shows your corporate identity, and assures your customers that you take security very seriously.
ExtendedSSL lends more credibility to your website compared to using an organization or domain validated SSL Certificate. In addition to displaying prominent security indicators, such as turning the browser address bar green and displaying your organization’s name, ExtendedSSL has a number of unique value-add features
A Wildcard SSL Certificate is issued to *.yourdomain.com, allowing the certificate to be used on an unlimited number of subdomains and across an unlimited number of servers. The one-time cost of the certificate covers you for additional subdomains or servers you may add in the future.
Multi-domain also referred commonly as SAN Certificates utilize Subject Alternative Names (SANs) to to secure up to 100 different domain names, subdomains, and public IP addresses using only one SSL Certificate and requiring only one IP to host the Certificate.
SSL Certificates are small data files that digitally bind a cryptographic key to an organization's details. When installed on a web server, it activates the padlock and the https protocol (over port 443) and allows secure connections from a web server to a browser.
Why do I need an SSL Certificate?
SSL Certificates are an essential part of the internet. They not only encrypt communication between your computer and the server where a website is located, but they also provide verification that a site is what it claims to be.
What are the different types of SSL?
There are generally 3 different levels of vetting that most all SSL Certificates are build on. Domain Validated (DV) , Organization Validated (OV), and Extended Validation (EV). The major difference in these certificates revolves around what information the Certificate Authority, GlobalSign, confirms in order to issue a certificate. Then different information is displayed in the certificate and browser bar. EV SSL for example turns the browser bar green and displays organization information right in the browser bar.
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