SSL Certificates

Build user trust and confidence by securing data transmission

Protect data and Increase User Trust in your business

Build user trust by encrypting sensitive data with a low cost SSL certificate

COMODO POSITIVESSL

$11.99

Per Year

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  • Validation: Domain
  • Warranty: 2500$
  • Subdomain Support: No
  • Certificate Reissues: Yes

RAPIDSSL STANDARD

$27.99

Per Year

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  • Validation: Domain
  • Warranty: 10,000$
  • Subdomain Support: No
  • Certificate Reissues: Yes

RAPIDSSL WILDCARD

$279.00

Per Year

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  • Validation: Domain
  • Warranty: 5,000$
  • Subdomain Support: Yes
  • Certificate Reissues: Yes

There are a number of Reasons to Secure your Website with an SSL Certificate

An SSL certificate will give your website visitors confidence, but there are also practical advantages

Protect User Data

Now a days SSL certificate is very important to protect your sensitive data from phishing, hacking, stealing.

PCI Compliance

If your company intends to accept card payment, and store, process and transmit cardholder data, you need to host your data securely with a PCI compliant hosting provider.

Improve SEO Results

Now Google blocking non-secure websites from their search results. Using paid ssl certificate will improve your website traffic by 2x.

Learn which certificate is Best for your Business by comparing protection levels

We have made it even easier for you to understand SSL certificates with our simple guide below.

Standard SSL Certificate

  • Suitable for all sizes of businesses and websites
  • Process payments securely directly on your website
  • Transmit user data securely (e.g. registration forms)
  • Activate the green padlock in the browser address bar
  • Display your company name in the browser address bar

WildCard SSL Certificate

  • Suitable for all sizes of businesses and websites
  • Process payments securely directly on your website
  • Transmit user data securely (e.g. registration forms)
  • Activate the green padlock in the browser address bar
  • Display your company name in the browser address bar

Frequently Asked Questions

To help you make an informed decision, we've compiled a list of our most frequently asked questions relating to the products and services listed on this page.

If you can't find the answer to your question or if you would like more information about it, please feel free to contact us at any time and we'll be happy to help you.

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An SSL certificate provides security to your website by safeguarding and encrypting the communications between the server and the person visiting your website. For using an SSL certificate, you have to install it on the server.
    
  • The main reasons why you will need an SSL certificate are mentioned below:
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  • The most common reason is to secure the credit card payments done on your website.
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  • For securing the confidential information you are dealing with while it is accessed through the web
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  • If you offer a login or sign in on your website 
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  • To process the sensitive data like address, license, birth date or ID numbers 
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  • If you need to comply with privacy policies and security requirements (HIPAA, PCI Compliance)SSL certificates also help in terms of safeguarding your passwords from being intercepted as they are typed into a secured login page.
You need an SSL certificate if you are accepting credit card payments online through a merchant account. Even the authorities like credit card associations and networks make it a necessity for you to have an SSL certificate. This is because there is a transmission of critical information like card number, card holder’s name, card expiration date, CVV code etc. Getting an SSL certificate involved is an important aspect of making your website PCI compliant (A set of rules that have to be followed for accepting credit card payments). Moreover, an informed customer knows about website security and before making any purchase from your website, he / she confirms if your shopping cart is secure. You might lose out on potential customers if you have not secured your website with an SSL certificate.
In order to find out what kind of SSL certificate is used, the user simply has to click on the expeditedssl icon on the left hand side of the browser and he / she will get the information about the SSL certificate or the security of the website.
SSL certificates are compatible with 99% of the browsers including all the prominent web browsers.
CSR stands for ‘Certificate Signing Request’. CSR is the special key that is generated by the web server by using the unique private key of that server. The CSR is sent to the certificate issuer that generates the final SSL certificate. Once you sign up for any of the SSL certificates, MilesWeb will take care of the CSR process.

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