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Why do we need an SSL Certificate?

It’s really all about trust. An SSL certificate authenticates a website and gives your customers the assurance that you’re the real deal. Without it, many browsers may flag your site as ‘not secure’ and this is bad news for business, especially when your site involves collection of customer’s personal details.

Boost your SEO to increase revenue

Google indicate HTTPS as a factor in its search rankings. Without a valid certificate, a website will display a "not secure" sign and deter visitors.

Quick and hassle-free setup

SSLs are generally easy to apply and will be issued fairly quickly. The entry level Positive SSL can be issued in just an hour while the highest-rated EV SSL may take only 3 to 4 business days.

Secure customer payments 

How will you accept card payments without one? Local PCI DSS standards dictate that you must have a valid SSL certificate to handle sensitive data such as debit card, credit card and e-wallet information.

More trust for better reputation 

With HTTPS and the ‘padlock’ indicated in your domain, users know that they can trust you with credit card data, passwords and personal data as these details will all be encrypted and secured.

Keep your site safe from hackers 

SSL can prevent data-thieves from eavesdropping on all your activities and effectively prevent phishing scammers from duplicating your website’s identity to trick genuine customers.

256-bit encryption for assured security 

This is the most secure encryption standard to date, trusted by all web browsers. The encryption is widely regarded as impossible to crack and is relied on even to protect government financial data.

SSL Certificate Specifications 

Positive SSL

  • domainDomain Validation
  • SEOrBoosts SEO Rankings
  • Encryption256-bit Encryption
  • Warranty$10,000 Warranty
  • LockActivates Browser Padlock
  • ClockOne Hour Issuance Time
  • vetting processWHOIS Vetting Process

Wildcard SSL

  • domainDomain Validation
  • SEOrBoosts SEO Rankings
  • Encryption256-bit Encryption
  • Warranty$10,000 Warranty
  • LockActivates Browser Padlock
  • Clock1-2 Hours Issuance Time
  • vetting processWHOIS Vetting Process

Premium SSL

  • OrganizationOrganisation Validation
  • SEOrBoosts SEO Rankings
  • Encryption256-bit Encryption
  • Warranty$250,000 Warranty
  • LockActivates Browser Padlock
  • Clock1-2 Business Days Issuance Time
  • vetting processFull Organisation Vetting Process


  • domainExtended Validation
  • SEOrBoosts SEO Rankings
  • Encryption256-bit Encryption
  • Warranty$1,750,000 Warranty
  • LockActivates Green Address Bar
  • Clock3-4 Business Days Issuance Time
  • vetting processCA/B Forum Guidelines Vetting Process

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Got questions?

  • SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a security protocol used to establish an encrypted and secure connection between a web server and a user’s browser. It ensures that data transmitted between the two remains confidential and protected from unauthorised access.

  • When properly implemented, it is secure. An SSL certificate helps establish a secure connection between a client and a server by encrypting the data transmitted between them.

  • The padlock icon in a browser’s address bar indicates that an SSL certificate is securing the connection. Click on the padlock icon to view more details including validity dates. 

  • Yes, SSL certificates need to be renewed periodically, as they have an expiration date. The validity period varies depending on the certificate type and provider. It is essential to keep track of the certificate’s expiration and renew it before it expires to maintain a secure connection.

  • Yes, SSL certificates should be used with all types of websites, including personal blogs, e-commerce stores, corporate websites and more. It is important to secure all websites to protect user data and ensure a safe browsing experience.

  • While SSL is not mandatory for all websites, it is highly recommended for all types of websites, especially those that handle sensitive information or engage in e-commerce transactions. SSL not only provides security but also improves trust and credibility among visitors.

  • When a user visits an SSL-enabled website, their browser and the server exchange digital certificates to establish a secure connection. These certificates contain cryptographic keys that enable encryption and decryption of data during the session. SSL works by using encryption algorithms to scramble data before it is transmitted and decrypting it upon arrival.