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Why Buy an SSL Certificate?
SSL Certificates protect your customer’s personal data including passwords, credit cards and identity information. Getting an SSL certificate is the easiest way to increase your customer’s confidence in your online business.
Comodo’s SSL certificates provide upto 128 or 256-bit encryption for maximum security of your website visitors’ data
Boost customer confidence
Many customers actively look for the SSL lock icon before handing over sensitive data. Get an SSL certificate to increase your customer’s trust in your online business.
Better SEO Rankings
Google gives higher rankings to websites secured with SSL certificates. Which means SSL certificates are critical if you’re serious about your online business.
Comodo Secure Seal
Your certificate comes with a Comodo Secure Seal that serves as a constant reminder to customers that your site is protected
30-day money back guarantee
All our SSL certificates come with a 30-day Money Back Guarantee. No questions asked.
What is SSL/TLS?
Let's start with the basics. An SSL/TLS Certificate serves two primary functions. It enables encrypted connections between clients (a website's visitors) and web servers (the server that hosts a website) via the SSL/TLS protocol. It also authenticates the identity of the company or organization that holds the certificate.
What is Data Encryption?
When a client and a web server communicate, typically that information is out in the open and capable of being intercepted or manipulated by a third party. For obvious reasons, this is not ideal. An SSL/TLS Certificate enables an encrypted connection, wherein all communication between the client and server is encoded in such a way that only an authorized party can read it. This protects personal data and sensitive information being shared between the two.
What is Authentication?
As we mentioned, an SSL/TLS Certificate serves two functions. The first is to encrypt communication between a website and its visitors. The second, authentication, offers verified information about the company or organization operating a website to its visitors. Trust is absolutely essential online, and authentication provides your site's visitors with the confidence they need to do business with you.
How does an SSL/TLS Certificate Actually Work?
So, by now you know that an SSL/TLS Certificate enables an encrypted connection between a client and a web server, but what does that actually mean? How does it enact this kind of secure connection? It starts with an interaction known as the SSL Handshake that, within a matter of milliseconds, can facilitate an encrypted connection that protects all communication between your website and its visitors.
How will my website's visitors know I have SSL/TLS?
When you purchase an SSL/TLS Certificate, you're making an investment in protecting your customers' privacy. But let's be honest, in addition to its being the right thing to do, you'd also like to get a little bit of credit from your customers for keeping them safe. Fortunately, there are some very obvious visual indicators that come with SSL/TLS.
How does the SSL/TLS Issuance Process Work?
There are several steps you'll need to take in order to get your SSL/TLS Certificate issued. Starting with generating a Certificate Signing Request and a Private Key, you'll also need to undergo the verification process, receive the certificate and all accompanying files from the Certificate Authority, then install it on your server and configure your server for HTTPS.
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A secure website would be perfectly safe from all the malwares haunting the others. When your website is secure and is visited frequently by users, whatever the purpose of the visit, it would run smoothly.
Higher SEO Ranking
Google awards higher ranking to websites that have SSL Certificates. So if you have an SSL Certificate for your website, chances are that your online business can be more productive.
An SSL is an added asset since it allows a safe online transaction. Your credit card would be easily accepted and the transaction would be secured. This adds to the trust quotient.
An SSL Certificate guarantees increased security. Customers, when they see the SSL icon on the website, are put to ease as they know that the website they are visiting is secured.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is an SSL Certificate?
Secure Socket Layer (SSL), is a digital certificate issued for a Domain by a central authority called the Certificate Authority. This validates your website’s identity, and encrypts the information visitors send to, or receive from, your site.
How would it benefit me if I opt for an SSL Certificate?
SSL Certificates serve two purposes- a)Encrypting the information sent from your user’s browser to your website b). Authenticating your website’s identity. By performing these two roles, you are ensured a secure website plus customer loyalty, which would prove beneficial for your online business.
Can I set-up the SSL Certificate all by myself or would I need technical assistance?
Setting up an SSL Certificate is not a difficult task. It does involve a few steps that you can easily follow and if the problem persists, you can still visit our knowledge base and learn more.
Do all browsers accept the SSL Certificates?
Yes, your SSL Certificate is compatible with every browser.
How would people know my website is safe?
When people visit your website, and your website has a SSL Certificate, the padlock sign would appear on the link and hence , people would know that your website is safe and sound.