SSL Certificates

Secure your site and add trust & confidence for your visitors.
With a range of brands, we have the right certificate for all your site security needs

Domain Validation (DV)

  • Basic SecurityDomain validation only. Issued in minutes. Ideal for blogs, social media & personal websites
  • Boosts your site’s Google ranking

Starting from $17.95/mo

Organization Validation (OV)

  • Strong business level SSLBasic identity verification. Ideal for small business websites and pages accepting sensitive information
  • Boosts your site’s Google ranking

Starting from $99.00/mo

Extended Validation (EV)

  • Maximum Protection & TrustFull identity verification. Ideal for Business & Ecommerce sites looking to provide maximum visitor confidence.
  • Boosts your site’s Google ranking

Starting from $179.00/mo

All SSL Certificates include

Secure your site in minutes with our fully automated provisioning and deployment

  • SHA-2 and 2048-bit encryption
  • Unlimited 24/7 security support
  • Compatible with all major browsers
  • Boost Google search ranking
  • Protects unlimited servers
  • Displays a Security Seal on your site
  • 30-day money back guarantee
  • Unlimited free reissues
  • Up to USD 1 million liability protection

Security for Every Website

Domain Validation Organization Validation Extended Validation
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Features Overview
roves domain ownership
Validates organization
Shows business is legitimate
Display business name in green address bar
Boosts Google® ranking
Strong SHA-2 & 2048-bit encryption
Padlock in address bar
Protects all subdomains (Wildcard SSL)
Security trust seal


What is an SSL certificate?

An SSL certificate is a digital certificate that authenticates the identity of a website and encrypts the data transmitted between the website and the user’s browser. It ensures that the information exchanged cannot be intercepted or tampered with by malicious entities.

Why is an SSL certificate important for my website?

Having an SSL certificate is crucial for several reasons. Firstly, it establishes trust with your visitors by displaying a padlock symbol in the browser address bar, indicating that the connection is secure. Secondly, it encrypts sensitive data, such as credit card details and login credentials, preventing unauthorized access. Furthermore, SSL certificates are now considered a ranking factor by search engines, which can improve your website’s visibility in search results.

How does an SSL certificate work?

When a user accesses a website secured with an SSL certificate, the browser initiates a secure connection with the website’s server using a unique cryptographic key. This process involves a digital handshake where both the browser and server verify each other’s identity. Once the handshake is successfully completed, the data transmitted between them is encrypted using highly secure algorithms, protecting it from eavesdropping and tampering

What types of SSL certificates are available?

There are several types of SSL certificates available to cater to different needs. These include:

  1. Domain Validation (DV) certificates: These certificates provide basic encryption and only verify the ownership of the domain. They are suitable for personal websites or blogs.
  2. Organization Validation (OV) certificates: OV certificates provide a higher level of validation, verifying not only the domain ownership but also confirming the existence of the organization. They are ideal for small businesses and e-commerce websites.
  3. Extended Validation (EV) certificates: EV certificates offer the highest level of trust and validation. They involve a rigorous verification process and display a green address bar in modern browsers. EV certificates are recommended for large organizations, financial institutions, and e-commerce platforms.

How can I tell if a website has an SSL certificate?

To identify if a website has an SSL certificate, look for a few visual cues. First, check if the website URL begins with “https://” instead of “http://”. The “s” indicates a secure connection. Additionally, modern browsers display a padlock symbol in the address bar to indicate that the website is secure. Some browsers may also show a warning if a website does not have a valid certificate or if there are security issues.