December 11, 2018

Google chrome marking sites as ‘Not Secure’

Did you know starting July 2018, Google chrome and other browsers shall be marking all websites without a secure connection as “Not Secure,” which could cost your website visitors and customers.   What is an SSL Certificate? SSL creates an encrypted connection between your website and your visitors’ web browser allowing for private information to be transmitted without the problems of eavesdropping, data tampering and message forgery. With our SSL Certificate your website shall be marked as secure using either a green padlock icon or https URL. Enable ‘HTTPS’ on your website using our SSL-Certficate. Our SSL Certificate will: Secure credit card transactions, emails data transfer and logins for customers. Protect your online shopping transactions from fraudsters Protect your website information to help keep it safe. Boost your site’s trustworthiness and gain visitors’ trust. Boost your website position on Google […]
December 7, 2017

Types of SSL Certificates

Domain Validated Certificate For situations where the general public will be visiting a secure section of your site (e.g., making a payment by credit card), you’ll want to utilize a private SSL certificate such as this one. It is directly tied to your domain name, letting customers know they are on the correct website.Private SSL Certificates are appropriate for e-commerce websites and for any situation where you desire secure communication between your website and its visitors. Company Validated Certificate A company validated certificate is similar to a domain validated certificate; however, additional documentation must be provided to certify your company’s identity. The biggest advantage of a WHOIS company validated SSL certificate is the way your site is displayed in a browser. More validation means more trust, and your visitors will have more confidence in the security of your site. Extended […]