Conduct safe and secure e-commerce transactions over the internet and secure your customer's information. With an SSL certificate a link is established so all communication between your website and your customer's browser will remain private and secure.
The Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol is used to ensure secure transactions between web servers and browsers. The protocol uses a third party, a Certificate Authority (CA), to identify one end or both ends of a transaction. The certificate provides your website's users with the confidence that they are dealing with a safe website, that their transactions are secure (critical when making payments by credit card) and will know you have gone to great length to ensure that your website is who you claim to be. A certificate contains:
When you go to get a certificate signed from a signing authority they will provide you with the public key of the certificate as well as detail such as the reference to the issuer, the dates of validity and the signature of the certificate. The signing authority will not provide you with the private key as this is created and stored on our servers and will never be transmitted to ensure security is maintained. The files the signing authority provides is generally in the format of a Chain file and a Certificate file.
Getting an SSL certificate is straight forward, the steps that will need to be followed are:
Some SSL Certificate Authorities are:
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