SSL Certificates for Web Servers

SSL Certificates for Web Servers

The Internet has resulted in almost every business with the need to have a website – be it offline or online – to convey information to the masses. Within sites, it is typical for customer’s information to be collected for business processing.

However, in today’s online world, users are particularly sensitive when it comes to private information entries such as name, contact number, address and national identity number. They want to know that their information is safe with these businesses. Using encryption and authentication by SSL certificate is the best way to keep users informed of the business they are dealing with. Clear visual indications and cues such as a green secure padlock and https on the web address bar can set your business apart from others.

DigiCert provides a wide range of security certifications that integrates well with all Web Servers. Start protecting your business by assuring your customers – choose the product that best suits your needs.

If you’d like, you may contact us for a recommend solution based on your business nature and current server types.

 SSL Plus Certificates

SSL Certificate that secures a single-name, with and without the ‘www’ suffix

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 EV Certificates

Extended Validation (EV) Certificates secures a single domain name and comes with an added feature of displaying the organization’s name on the address bar.

Learn more about EV Certificates

 Multi-Domain (SAN) Certificates

Multi-domain certificates can secure up to 25 different domains as Subject Alternative Names (SANS). The base price includes 4 domains with the others to be purchased separately.

Learn more about Multi-Domain Certificates

ev multi domain EV Multi-Domain Certificates

EV Multi-Domain Certificates are for those who wish to secure multiple domains with the green bar of assurance. Similar to UC Certificate, but better.

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 Wildcard SSL Certificates

Wildcard SSL Certificate uses Subject Alternative Names (SANs) to secure a domain and multiple subdomains.  

Learn more about Wildcard Certificates