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Extended Validation (EV)
The most premium SSL options available.
From $235.00 /year
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Organization Validated (OV)
High-end SSL that serve as a nice middle-ground.
From $55.00 /year
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Domain Validated (DV)
Basic SSL that are lowest in cost.
From $15.00 /year
Browse DV SSL
Cover one main domain along with an unlimited subdomains.
From $109.00 /year
Browse Wildcard SSL
Comprehensive protection for all of your domains
From $74.95 /year
What is SSL?
SSL Certificates enable data encryption on the internet and allow data to be transmitted securely from a web server to a browser. With SSL, your website can use the https protocol and will display a padlock in end users web browsers to indicate the connection is secure.
Although all SSL certificates use similar methods to protect and validate your data, the level of trust and assertion they provide varies. Standard SSL (Domain Validated) Certificates are the easiest and most common type of SSL certificate. OV and EV Certificates also authenticate the identity of the company or organization that holds the certificate providing more trust to end users.
EV Certificates offer the highest level of validation and trust, and will show the name of the company or organization in green in the address bar. This is an immediate, visual way that viewers can know that extra steps were taken to confirm the site they’re visiting – which is why most large companies and organizations choose EV certificates.
Extended Validation (EV) Certificates
Extended Validation (EV) certificates are the most premium SSL options available. That's because EV certs are the only SSL certificates that come with the green address bar, the most universally recognized symbol of trust across the web. Since EV certificates are premium web security solutions, they do require that a business complete a thorough vetting process before being issued, which usually takes between 3-5 business days. Basically, the Certificate Authority (CA) will need to verify that the company receiving the certificate is registered with a government entity and legitimate. Browse EV SSL
Organization Validated (OV) Certificates
Organization Validated (OV) certificates are high-end SSL products that serve as a nice middle-ground between Domain Validated (DV) and Extended Validation (EV) certificates. These certificates require that a company complete a light vetting process, conducted by the Certificate Authority (CA), before being issued to the customer. Browse OV SSL
Domain Validated (DV) Certificates
Domain Validated (DV) certificates are basic SSL products that are typically the lowest in cost. These quick and easy certificates can usually be issued in just a matter of minutes, as the Certificate Authority (CA) only needs to verify that the person receiving the certificate owns the domain they wish to cover. Browse DV SSL
Wildcard Certificates are SSL certificates that can cover one main domain along with an unlimited amount of subdomains. For example, a Wildcard certificate can cover www.domain.com along with mail.domain.com, login.domain.com, xyz.domain.com, and more. We have both Domain Validated (DV) and Organization Validated (OV) Wildcard certificates available, but there are no Extended Validation (EV) Wildcard certificates available in the industry. Browse WildCard SSL
Multi-Domain/SAN/UCC certificates can cover multiple domains with just a single certificate. Different multi-domain certificates can cover different amounts of total domains, so it varies by product. Our selection of multi-domain certificates can cover anywhere from 1-100 additional domains. Each product page outlines how many domains the certificate can cover. These certificates are available as Domain Validated (DV), Organization Validated (OV), and Extended Validation (EV).
Multi-domain, SAN, and UCC certificates are all essentially the same thing. SAN stands for Secure Alternate Name and UCC stands for Unified Communications Certificate. The main difference between the two is that UCC is designed to work exclusively with Microsoft Exchange. Browse Multi-Domain SSL
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