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Cybersite SSL Certificate

An SSL Certificate is a special file on your web server that enables encrypted security for online communications and data transfer. SSL creates an encrypted (protected) connection between your web server and your visitors’ web browser allowing for private information such as credit card information to be transmitted without the problems of eavesdropping, data tampering, or message forgery.

Cybersite SSL Certificate

An SSL Certificate is a special file on your web server that enables encrypted security for online communications and data transfer. SSL creates an encrypted (protected) connection between your web server and your visitors’ web browser allowing for private information such as credit card information to be transmitted without the problems of eavesdropping, data tampering, or message forgery.

Why You Need SSL Certificate?

Prevent customers’ sensitive data

To prevent customers’ sensitive data such as credit card numbers and passwords from being intercepted by third party.

Identify your website

To help visitors to identify your website as legitimate, and increase visitor trust.

Make potential customers feel safe

Make potential customers feel safe and confident to perform online transactions or do business with you.

Trusted

To boost your SEO page rankings on search results. HTTPS-enabled websites rank higher on search results than those without SSL certificates.

How Does SSL Work?

HTTPS pages typically use one of two secure protocols to encrypt communications – SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) or TLS (Transport Layer Security), with both of them using an ‘asymmetric’ Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) system.

An asymmetric system uses two ‘keys’ to encrypt communications, namely a ‘public’ key and a ‘private’ key. Anything encrypted with the public key can only be decrypted by the private key and vice-versa.

As the names suggest, the ‘private’ key should be kept strictly protected and should only be accessible by the owner of the private key. In the case of a website, the private key remains securely ensconced on the web server. On the contrary, the public key is intended to be distributed to anybody and everybody that needs to be able to decrypt information that was encrypted with the private key.

HTTPS pages typically use one of two secure protocols to encrypt communications – SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) or TLS (Transport Layer Security), with both of them using an ‘asymmetric’ Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) system.

An asymmetric system uses two ‘keys’ to encrypt communications, namely a ‘public’ key and a ‘private’ key. Anything encrypted with the public key can only be decrypted by the private key and vice-versa.

As the names suggest, the ‘private’ key should be kept strictly protected and should only be accessible by the owner of the private key. In the case of a website, the private key remains securely ensconced on the web server. On the contrary, the public key is intended to be distributed to anybody and everybody that needs to be able to decrypt information that was encrypted with the private key.

Our SSL Plan

Comodo EV SSL

As low as

S$279.00 /year


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  • Secure 1 Domain
  • Suitable for business websites dealing with sensitive transactional data
  • Make potential customers feel safe to do business and make transactions on your websites.
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Comodo Essential Wildcard SSL

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S$199.00 /year


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  • Secure 1 Domain & All Its Subdomains
  • Ideal for organization websites with many subdomains
  • An efficient solution to secure several subdomains within a company with one SSL certification.

Comodo Essential SSL

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S$39.00 /year


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  • Secure 1 Domain
  • Basic protection for personal websites
  • Used when visitors trust and credibility are less of a concern.

Types of SSL Certificates Know the Different Types of SSL Certificates

Domain Validation DV

Organization Validation OV

Extended Validation EV

Encryption

Authentication of organization

Stringent

Validation of domain control

Provides a certain level of trust about the company or the website owner

Highest visible display of online trust

Easy to obtain

Company info will be displayed to users

Increase user trust, lower bounce rates and shopping cart abandonment

Fast issuance

Strengthen your credibility and brand by showcasing your commitmeent

What is HTTPS?

HTTP


Hypertext Transfer Protocol The protocol over which data is sent between your browser and the website that you are connected to.

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Secure Socket Layer All communications between your browser and the website are encrypted.

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HTTPS


Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure Protect highly confidential online transactions like online banking and online shopping order forms between browser and web server.

HTTP


Hypertext Transfer Protocol The protocol over which data is sent between your browser and the website that you are connected to.

+

S


Secure Socket Layer All communications between your browser and the website are encrypted.

=

HTTPS


Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure Protect highly confidential online transactions like online banking and online shopping order forms between browser and web server.

HTTPS makes it harder for hackers to steal important personal information (such as credit card numbers, addresses, passwords, etc.) by breaking the connection. If HTTPS connection is in effect, most web browsers, such as Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome will display a padlock icon in the address bar. This is extremely important in protecting the privacy of your clients or visitors when they make online transaction or enter personal details.

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