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SSL Certificates

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PositiveSSL (DV)

A basic DV certificate for quick and easy security.

Comodo Elite SSL (OV)

Get https, padlock icon, and Secure Site Seal.

Comodo EV SSL

Get Vulnerability Scan, Site Seal and show verified company name.


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Static Site Seal

Unlimited server licenses

Benefits of SSL

SSL Protects Customer Data

SSL Certificate secures data which is in transit between the server and browser.SSL does not compromise in terms of customer’s data, it keeps the information private and secure thus, helps in protecting the data from hackers and skimmers by turning them into an undecipherable format.

Increased Customer Trust and Revenue

The Pad lock which is a trust indicator, indicates that your website is secure and that it has implemented an SSL encryption. This is a visual indicator which ensures your customers to trust and believe the authenticity/security their information on it.

Boosts Website SEO Rankings

Google announced HTTPS Ranking Signal. Implementing SSL on your website will make your site secure and your browsers will show trust indicator (Pad Lock) in the address bar. This trust indicator will increase your website traffic and boost your ranking.

SSL Protects from Phishing Attacks

Securing your websites from these attacks is a must and the best way to do it is to have an SSL certificate on your website. Most phishing involves cloning an existing website and with Raidlayer it is almost impossible to clone your website, which is an advantage.

SSL helps you satisfy PCI/DSS requirements

If you are accepting payments through your website then your website must be PCI compliant. Having an SSL certificate installed on your website is one of the 12 primary requirements set by the payment card industry for PCI compliance.

SSL protects sensitive information

An SSL certificate encrypts the information so that it’s not readable until it reaches the server that it’s intended for. No one can intercept and read the information as it travels from your computer to the web servers.

SSL Certificate FAQs

What is the meaning of SSL?

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What is SSL TLS certificate?

TLS (Transport Layer Security) the successor protocol and an improved version of SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). It works similar to SSL using encryption for protecting the transmission of data and information.
Moreover, SSL Certificates are one of the digital certificates which prove that the identity of the websites is authenticated and all the information sent to SSL installed website will stay encrypted with the help of SSL/TLS technology.

How does an SSL work?

Whenever a user visits a secured website, an SSL/TLS Certificate installed on it offers identification information regarding its web server and creates an encrypted connection. Furthermore, all of this process is done within a second.
Let’s see how does an SSL work?

  • Web browser or server tries to connect with the server of a website secured with an SSL/TLS Certificate and make a request to a web server for identifying themselves.
  • Copy of a web server’s SSL/TLS Certificate is sent to the browser or server.
  • Once the browser/server receives it verifies whether to trust the SSL/TLS Certificate and then sends a message to the web server.
  • The web server sends back an acknowledgment in a digitally signed format for starting an SSL encrypted session.
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Do I need SSL?

Yes. If you have a website, SSL is needed. Earlier, it was okay to have an SSL only for the website which was collecting information from the user. But after Google’s update regarding SSL, it is needed no matter what type of website you have, whether you collect the information or not. Even a simple blog will also display a “Not Secure” if the SSL is not installed on it.

What is SSL used for?

Put simply, SSL is one of the security protocols used for establishing a secured connection between a web browser and the web server, which ensures users that all the data passed between a web browser and web server remains integral and private.
In other words, SSL certificates are one of the small data files which are digitally bound cryptographic key with an organization’s details. Usually, it is used for securing sensitive transactions over the internet such as transactions made with a credit card or online banking, login credentials and more.