Domain Validated (DV) SSL Certificates

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What is Domain Validated SSL?

DV SSL commonly known as Domain validated SSL certificates are the most affordable, quickest, and easiest way to secure your website using industry-standard 128- or 256-bit encryption.

The procedure for obtaining s DV SSL certificate could not be simpler, all you've got to do is prove that you own the domain that you would like to protect. It's usually verified with only a standard email. A file-based authentication method is also used and is recommended if you've got direct access to the server which hosts your domain name.

Because of this quick issuance procedure, DV certificate are often offered at prices much lower than OV SSL certificates or EV SSL certificates, both of which require a more thorough validation with a human element required in the issuance/validation process.

Domain Validated SSL

RapidSSL

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RapidSSL Certificate

RapidSSL Logo Static Minutes DV 99% up to US$10,000
$20/year
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Affordable SSL Protection Delivered in Minutes

So, for those who have an internal testing domain name, a template website, or simple blog that you are trying to add standard encryption to, a DV certification is a smart option. They're terrific solutions for those that are simply interested in encrypting their site and aren't especially concerned about establishing trust with customers. DV certificates will guard you, protect your customers' information, and infuriate hackers.

GeoTrust

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GeoTrust QuickSSL Premium

GeoTrust Logo Dynamic Minutes DV 99% up to US$500,000
$88/year
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GeoTrust QuickSSL Premium Wildcard

GeoTrust Logo Dynamic Minutes DV 99% up to US$500,000
$505/year
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Show you're protected at a glance

A DV certification is the opportunity to show the public that any information they send to your website will be encrypted. Together with top-level encryption, you will also get an HTTPS web address along with a secure padlock icon that suggests your site is protected by an SSL certificate. Nowadays, your normal web user doesn't understand what is necessary to protect a web site, but they know to search for that padlock icon and HTTPS when determining if a site is secure or not.

Plus, as the net continues to proceed into an "HTTPS Everywhere" surroundings, with all sites equipped with a simple SSL certificate, companies, like ecommerce sites and other websites that collect user information, are choosing an Organization Validated (OV) or, particularly, Extended Validation (EV) certificate.

That is because indicators like HTTPS as well as the padlock icon are becoming increasingly more common place, so companies are seeking to EV to help them stand apart from their rivals, since

Thawte

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Thawte SSL123

Thawte Logo Dynamic Minutes DV 99% up to US$500,000
$44/year
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Thawte SSL123 Wildcard

Thawte Logo Dynamic Minutes DV 99% up to US$500,000
$545/year
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DV SSL certificates are reliable

One thing that's important to not forget is that DV certificate provide an identical level of security along with well, more expensive SSL solutions. DV certificates are a truly nuts-and-bolts SSL offering, concentrated solely on encryption. Why is OV and EV certificates the premium options, because they bolster a website's trust, Together with offering top-notch encryption technologies these certificates are the only solutions that include the green address bar, the most universally trusted indicator on the net.

Comodo

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EssentialSSL (DV)

Comodo Logo Static Immediate DV 99% up to US$10,000
$22/year
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EssentialSSL Wildcard (DV)

Comodo Logo Static Immediate DV 99% up to US$10,000
$135/year
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PositiveSSL (DV)

Comodo Logo Static Minutes DV 99% up to US$10,000
$15/year
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PositiveSSL Wildcard (DV)

Comodo Logo Static Minutes DV 99% up to US$10,000
$129/year
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DV Browser Trust

FAQs That You Should Know

GeoTrust, RapidSSL, and Comodo certificates all cover both www and non-www automatically if the certificate is generated using www. For example, if you generate a GeoTrust, RapidSSL, or Comodo certificate for www.domain.com, then domain.com will automatically be covered as well. Symantec and Thawte certificates do not automatically cover both www and non-www, but they are all multi-domain compatible. So, you or your customer just needs to purchase an additional domain in order to cover both www and non-www.

No, the common name (or domain name) cannot be changed on a purchased SSL certificate. If you need to change the common name that the SSL certificate has been issued to, you will need to cancel the certificate and reorder with the correct common name.

Yes, a basic DV certificate will work on a mail server. We do have certain certificates available, like the Comodo UC Certificate, that have been designed to work exclusively within an Exchange environment and may be more compatible – but a basic DV certificate will also work.

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