A Domain Validated SSL (Secure Socket Layer) certificate enhances the security and credibility of your website to your online community.  A Domain Validated (DV) SSL certificate is a digital certificate that provides secure, encrypted communication between a user’s browser and your web server. This encryption safeguards sensitive data, such as personal information, login credentials, and… Read More

Understanding how to recognize an SSL (Secure Socket Layer) certificate on a website is vital for ensuring your online safety. Always check the URL: – An SSL-secured website will begin with “https://”, which signifies that data exchanged between your browser and the website’s server will be encrypted. – A secure website will typically display a padlock… Read More

SSL (Secure Socket Layer) certificates play a pivotal role in enhancing the security and credibility of websites by encrypting data exchanges between users and servers. In this article, we will delve into the several types of SSL certificates available for businesses, each offering distinct levels of certification and validation from Certificate Authorities (CAs). DV (Domain… Read More

A Certificate Signing Request (CSR) is a standardized method used to send your server’s public key to a Certificate Authority (CA) when applying for an SSL certificate. This request also includes essential information about your organization and domain name, which is crucial for the proper validation and issuance of any SSL certificate. When generating a… Read More

When generating the CSR, the server administrators will use their server software to create a CSR (Certificate Signing Request). During this process, the software will prompt for all the relevant details submitted by yourself. Bear in mind that providing accurate and complete information in the CSR contributes to the integrity and trustworthiness of your online… Read More

As an EV (Extended Validation) SSL Certificate is the most secure form of online security, specifically used by banks, corporate finance companies and large e-commerce websites. Documentation required by the CA (Certificate Authority) as acceptable proof of business. Other prerequisite company proof & documentation is as follows: – the company’s DUNS number (Dun & Bradstreet)(Should… Read More

 A Certificate Signing Request (CSR) is an encoded file that provides you with a standardized way to send the relevant Certificate Authority (CA) your public key as well as some information that identifies your company and domain name – it is required prior to any installation of an SSL on a server. When generating a… Read More

Please contact our Support Team and we will send a link for your web server, you can also request us to generate your CSR. Here are a list of videos for various server platforms to guide you through your SSL installation: Links to CSR generation for various platforms can be found here. How to Install SSL… Read More

256-Bit SSL Encryption:   256-bit SSL encryption is a robust security measure, indicating that the encryption key is 256 bits in size. This level of encryption is computationally infeasible to crack. Certification Authority:   A Certification Authority (CA) verifies the certificate owners’ information within a public key infrastructure, issuing digital certificates for data encryption. A CA ensures… Read More