SSL Certificates

Secure your website and build customer trust with a SSL certificate - SSL certificates installed on your web site are required to give the S in https://

"As of October 2017 Google will warn Chrome browser users when displaying results from non-HTTPS sites... Chrome will show the ‘Not secure’ warning in two additional situations: when users enter data on an HTTP page, and on all HTTP pages visited in Incognito mode."

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In other words: You should install a SSL certificate on your web site. Go to Google to learn more about SSL and why your web site needs SSL.

The "S" in https:// comes from a SSL Certification
○ There are many SSL Certificate versions: DV, OV and EV
○ DV = Domain Validated
○ OV = Organization Validated
○ EV = Extended Validated (green address bar)

I know SSL certifications can be a little confusing and as such: I am more than happy to help with any questions or concerns you have about securing your web site. Feel free to contact Ron the Web Guy with any questions.

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Standard SSL (1-Site)

$39.99 / per year

Protect 1 site.

  • Domain validation
  • SHA-2 & 2048-bit encryption.
  • Boost SEO rankings
  • Fast issuance in 5min
  • Display HTTPS & padlock
  • Security trust seal
  • Support unlimited servers
  • Free unlimited reissues
  • $100,000 warranty
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Premium SSL (1-Site)

$119.99 / per year

Protect 1 site.

  • Extended validation
  • SHA-2 & 2048-bit encryption.
  • Boost SEO rankings
  • Display HTTPS & padlock
  • Green address bar
  • Security trust seal
  • Support unlimited servers
  • Free unlimited reissues
  • $1,000,000 warranty