SSL Certificates

What is an SSL Certificate?

An SSL Certificate is used to encrypt the connection between your web site and the web browser of viewers of your web site. It is an essential tool if your web site asks viewers for any type of sensitive information, such as a password or a credit card number, and it also gives viewers a sense of security knowing their transaction with your web site is secure.

All of our SSL Certificates feature:

  • Up to 256 Bit Encryption
  • 100% Trusted Root Guarantee
  • 24/7 Technical Support
  • Free Trusted Site Seal
  • Free Lifetime Reissuance
  • Complete Browser Compatibility
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    Easy Trust SSL

    $49.95/yr

    Premium SSL

    $119.95/yr

    Premium SSL Wildcard

    $249.95/yr

    Premium EV SSL

    $249.95/yr
    Encryption Up to 256bit Up to 256bit Up to 256bit Up to 256bit
    Verification Email Domain/Organisation Domain/Organisation Phone
    Documentation None DUNS or other DUNS or other DUNS or other
    Delivery Time 15 minutes 1 - 3 Days 1 - 3 Days 2 - 5 Days
    Trusted Site Seal
    Green Address Bar
    Warranty $10,000 $100,000 $100,000 $250,000
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    Security begins with trust, and our range of Trustwave SSL Certificates give you a variety of certificates to suit your needs and your budget.

    An SSL Certificate is used to encrypt the connection between your website and the web browser of viewers of your website. This is essential when your website asks for sensitive information from your viewers, such as a password or credit card number, and it also gives viewers a sense of security knowing their transaction with your website is secure.

    Most SSL Certificates are tied to a single domain name including any subdomain (eg. www.yoursite.com or secure.yoursite.com), while Wildcard certificates are tied to a single domain name (eg. yoursite.com) but allow the use of as many subdomains as you like (eg. secure.yoursite.com, shop.yoursite.com, etc).

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