Protect Visitor Information and Secure Transactions
Increase customer confidence in your website with a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate — a method of encrypting data transmissions across the Internet. This is what causes your browser to show the 'Lock' icon when visiting secure websites, such as those of banks and financial institutions.How SSL Works? Types of SSL Certificates
Below is a list of our SSL products. The list is arranged by price, and you can filter the results by Certificate Authority, or Certificate Type, using the Options panel on the left.Help Me Choose
* Please note: Because of the way SSL certificates work a dedicated IP address is required for your website. Please ensure you order a dedicated IP address when you place your order for a SSL certificate.
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— Kevin King, I.T./Security Administrator, Talon Energy Services (St. John's, Canada)