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- Secure Site Seal
- Wild card option
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What is SSL?
1. Secure Website transactions
SSL Certificate assures customer that all transaction is kept and posibility for hacker to still information has been secured. SSL certificate encrypts any browser-to-server communications over https, such as credit card transactions, logins page, web mail access, and database to database communications.
2. Trusted Website with Site Seal
When trusting a website, you need to be aware that the SSL certificate itself can be trusted. Everyone can issue a SSL server certificate easily if you have the knowledge to do so. Actually, you can easily steal someone's identity when issuing a self signed certificate. Therefore, in order to increase the reliability of an SSL, you will need to secure an SSL certificate from a trusted third party provider CA Certificte Authentication Authority such as GlobalSign. Furthermore, GlobalSign provides Site Seal visible in your website to show your website visitors are authenticated and protected by GlobalSign SSL which assures the customers on visiting a website. Moreover, GlobalSign's Site Seal cannot be transferred, copied or tampered with and also, cannot be displayed on other website that is not authenticated by GlobalSign.
Why use Z.com SSL?
In response to increasing customers’ requirements and demands, Z.com officially offers SSL certificate to make sure all website online transaction is process runs robustly in a secure environment provided by GMO GlobalSign which has over 3.2 million issued certificate. Z.com helps reduce the time, effort and cost associated with managing multiple enterprise level SSL Certificates. We provide centralized certificate management and all the tools, services and SSL products to reduce risk, respond to threats and control SSL cost.
What type of SSL do I Need?
Alpha SSL can be ordered online and no documentation required, a certificate can be issued in 2 minutes at minimum
Fairly priced SSL and highly supported 256 bit SSL Certificates. AlphaSSL can provide 256 bit encryption and trusted by all popular browsers.
It offers the highest value entry level SSL at the lowest possible costs.
Alpha SSL is ideal for individual business owner from easy order and Certificate issuance.
DomainSSL offers you an economical and quick and easy to implement option for securing your website, without having to sacrifice any of the value-add features, making GlobalSign SSL Certificates unique.
DomainSSL is domain validated and fully automated,which means you'll be able to start protecting your e-commerce, logins, webmail, blog visitors and more in just a few minutes. It activates the browser padlock and https and assures your website visitors and customers that you take their privacy seriously.
OrganizationSSL Certificates provide instant identity confirmation and strong SSL protection for your website and business
OrganizationalSSL is an organization validated certificate that gives your website a step up in credibility over domain validated SSL Certificates. It activates the browser padlock and https, shows your corporate identity, and assures your customers that you take security very seriously. Site visitors can verify that the website is operated by a legitimate company and is not an imposter site.
ExtendedSSL is an Extended Validation Certificate, the highest class of SSL available today and lends more credibility to your website compared to using an organization or domain validated SSL Certificate.
ExtendedSSL activates the green address bar and displays your organization name in the browser interface. These prominent security indicators increase user trust in your website and increase its credibility, leading to more sales conversions.
SSL Certificate Comparison Table
|Verified domain name + https
To bring reliability and value to your website, To get higher score for Google page ranking.
|Displays Organization Name
Verified domain name + https + Organization name + Organization address
|Green Address Bar
Display a green color at browser address bar
|Secure Site Seal
SSL Secure Seals enable your website visitors to know you have invested in their safety and indicate that you provide secure transactions and data
Issuance Speed by SSL type
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. This helps users avoid phishing sites which may look very similar to a real site, but are set up to steal personal information.
There are generally 3 different levels of vetting that most all SSL Certificates are build on. DV (Domain Validated), OV (Organization Validated), and EV (Extended Validation). The major difference in these certificates revolves around what information the Certificate Authority, GlobalSign, confirms in order to issue a certificate. Then different information if displayed in the certificate and browser bar. EV for example turns the browser bar green and displays organization information right in the browser bar.
Domain SSL Certificates are authenticated using the Approver E-Mail
The following email addresses can be used for domain approval:
The current whois admin contact
The current whois technical contact
You must have access to one of these email accounts on the SSL domain to be able to receive the SSL certificate.
The Common Name is typically composed of Host + Domain Name and will look like "www.example.com" or "example.com".
If you lose your private key and cannot install your SSL certificate you can receive a new certificate free of charge.
Overview of Using a Wildcard SSL Certificate
A single Wildcard SSL certificate can secure multiple websites. Typically, a standard secure server SSL certificate is issued to a single FQDN. This means that the certificate can only be used on the exact domain to which it has been issued. The Wildcard SSL option, when activated, allows you to circumvent this restriction by receiving a Wildcard SSL Certificate issued to "*.domain.com". The (*) character replaces a fixed sub-domain with a variable one.
Issuing an SSL Certificate to a Public IP Address
An SSL certificate is typically issued to a Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) such as "https://www.domain.com". However, some organizations need an SSL certificate issued to a public IP address. This option allows you to specify a public IP address as the Common Name in your Certificate Signing Request (CSR). The issued certificate can then be used to secure connections directly with the public IP address