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SSL Certificate or Secure Certificates

Thawte SSL Certificates

Thawte is a leading global Certification Authority. Thawte SSL certificates are used globally to secure servers, provide data encryption, authenticate users, protect privacy and assure online identifies through stringent authentication and verification processes. Thawte certificates interoperate easily with the most common web servers and browsers, and gives your customers confidence in the reliability of your systems. Thawte SSL provides industry standard strong up to 256 Bit encrypted certificates with browser recognition of around 99%. Thawte is the first Certification Authority to have all its SSL certificates support IDNs character sets.

[+] Thawte SSL123 Certificates (Consider to be Cheap SSL or Budget SSL or for Entry Level)
Domain validated SSL123 certificates capable of 256-bit encryption

SSL123 is thawte's entry level certificate which provides validation that your domain is registered and that you have authorized the purchase of the certificate. Through 123Certificates SSL encryption, the certificate assures that information is kept private between your web server and your clients' web browsers.

SSL123 Certificates have the fastest issuance time to quickly enable encrypted connections to your web server. This domain-only validation SSL Certificate provides up to 256-bit encryption for intranets, mail servers, and other web-based applications that are not at risk for phishing or fraud. SSL123 Certificates include domain authentication, the Thawte® Trusted Site Seal. Cost : 39 US $/Per Year
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[+] Thawte SSL Web Server Certificates
Secure Server SSL certificates with full authentication capable of 256-bit encryption

Assures Users of Your Site’s Security and Identity

SSL Web Server Certificates secure confidential information exchanged online and confirm your site’s identity to employees, business partners, and other users. When users click the Thawte® Trusted Site Seal or view certificate details, your organization name appears and shows that Thawte, a trusted certificate authority, has verified the site’s identity. SSL Web Server Certificates include full organization authentication, the Thawte Trusted Site Seal, free reissues.
Cost : 149 US $/Per Year
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[+] Thawte SGC SuperCerts Certificates

A premium SSL certificate with Server Gated Cryptography that provides automatic 128-bit step-up encryption, yet capable of 256-bit encryption, and full authentication

Strong SSL Encryption for the Most Site Users

The Server Gated Cryptography (SGC) digital certificate is premium SSL certificate, providing the highest possible protection in all circumstances. The SGC SuperCert offers 256-bit encryption in all browsers . In older-browsers it ensures a minimum of 128-bit encryption to 99.9% of all users, even if the user's browser supports only 40-bit or 56-bit encryption.

SGC SuperCerts help keep online transactions secure by enabling every web site visitor to experience the strongest SSL encryption available to them. Most SSL certificates are capable of strong encryption (128-bit or higher), however, certain older browsers and operating systems cannot step-up to 128-bit encryption unless an SSL certificate with SGC technology is used. SGC SuperCerts include SGC, full organization authentication, the Thawte® Trusted Site Seal, free reissues. Cost: 300 US $/Per Year
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We also Provide Other SSL Certificates from Verisign, geotrust, rapidssl. SSL also called as Security certificate in general terms. Please email us with required SSL  certificate detail. For any question you can email us at: or call: +1- 201- 535 4471

What is SSL and what are Certificates?

The Secure Socket Layer protocol was created by Netscape 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 end of the transactions. This is in short how it works.

A browser requests a secure page (usually https://).
The web server sends its public key with its certificate.
The browser checks that the certificate was issued by a trusted party (usually a trusted root CA), that the certificate is still valid and that the certificate is related to the site contacted.
The browser then uses the public key, to encrypt a random symmetric encryption key and sends it to the server with the encrypted URL required as well as other encrypted http data.
The web server decrypts the symmetric encryption key using its private key and uses the symmetric key to decrypt the URL and http data.
The web server sends back the requested html document and http data encrypted with the symmetric key.
The browser decrypts the http data and html document using the symmetric key and displays the information.

Why do I need SSL?

If you are transmitting sensitive information on a web site, such as credit card numbers or personal information, you need to secure it with SSL encryption. It is possible for every piece of data to be seen by others unless it is secured by an SSL certificate.

Your customers won't trust your web site without an SSL certificate. According to Gartner Research, nearly 70 percent of online shoppers have terminated an online order because they did not "trust" the transaction. In those cases, 64 percent indicated that the presence of a trust mark would have likely prevented the termination. An SSL certificate and a site seal could stop people from abandoning your website and that means more money for you. You can start using Basic Level SSL as low as 39 US $/Per Year [Click here to order Online]

How many domain names can I secure?

Most SSL server certificates will only secure a single domain name or sub-domain. For example, a certificate could secure or but not both. The certificate will still work on a different domain name but the web browser will give an error anytime it sees that the address in the address bar doesn't match the domain name (called a common name) in the certificate. If you need to secure multiple sub-domains on a single domain name, you can buy a wildcard certificate. For a wildcard certificate, a common name of * would secure,,, etc... There are also special certificates such as Unified Communications (UC) certificates for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 that can secure several different domain names in one certificate.You can start using Basic Level SSL as low as 39 US $/Per Year [Click here to order Online]

What is a trust seal?

A trust seal is a logo that you can display on your web site that verifies that you have been validated by a particular certificate provider and are using their SSL certificate to secure your site. It can be displayed on secure and non-secure pages and is most appropriate on pages where customers are about to enter their personal information such as a shopping cart page but they can be displayed on every page to help build trust. Every certificate authority's trust seal is different and some look more professional so you should consider what the seal looks like in order to maximize customer trust.


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