Domain.com E-commerce SSL Certificates Also Include:
Seal of Trust
Every paid SSL certificate includes a seal of trust graphic confirming your website is secure and your site visitors’ information is protected. If you don’t have a trusted SSL certificate, Google Chrome will tag your site as Not Secure.
Backed by warranty
An SSL certificate reduces your risk by keeping sensitive data collected on your website safe. The data is encrypted and backed by a warranty from Comodo SSL that’s worth up to $1.75M to protect you.
Why get an SSL certificate?
An SSL certificate reduces your risk by keeping sensitive data collected on your website safe. The data is encrypted and backed by a warranty from Comodo SSL that’s worth up to $1.75M to protect the end-user.
Having HTTPS in the address bar and displaying a seal of trust increases customer confidence in your website and helps drive more sales.
Boost Google rankings
Good news. Google says that SSL security has a positive effect on its rankings:
“Domain.com starting to use HTTPS as a ranking signal… for sites (that) use secure, encrypted connections (and) we’ve seen positive results.”– Google Online Security Blog, August 06, 2014.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is SSL used for?
SSL is used to secure credit card transactions, data transfer, and logins, and more recently is becoming the norm when securing the browsing of social media sites. SSL Certificates bind together: A domain name, server name, or hostname. An organizational identity (i.e. company name) and location.
What is the purpose of an SSL certificate?
An SSL certificate may be a type of digital certificate that gives authentication for a website and enables an encrypted connection. These certificates communicate to the client that the web service host demonstrated ownership of the domain to the certificate authority at the time of certificate issuance.
Is Gmail SSL or TLS?
Transport Layer Security (TLS) is a security protocol that encrypts email to protect its privacy. TLS is the successor to Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). Gmail always uses TLS by default.
What is positive SSL?
Positive SSL is a type of Domain Validated SSL Certificate from Comodo. Positive SSL is the best choice for websites that involves less user information, with just the basic level of validation.
What Details Does an SSL Certificate Include?
An SSL certificate includes the details of the party to whom the certificate has been issued. It includes the subsequent information:
- Domain Name.
- Which person, organization, or device it was issued to.
- Which certificate authority issue.
- Certificate Signature Algorithm.
- Associated subdomains.
- Issue date of the certificate.
- SSL/TLS Version.
- Certificate Validity Period.
- Certificate Authority (CA) Details.
- Public Key.
- Public Key Algorithm.
Why Do I Need an SSL Certificate?
- Keep data secure between servers.
- Increase your Google Rankings.
- Build/Enhance customer trust.
- Improve conversion rates.
Hostguid Expert Score on Domain.com SSL
Security - 92%
Support - 86%
Value For Money - 90%