SSL Security Certificates secure the connection between your website and your customer’s browser. Once your SSL certificate has been issued and installed, you will enjoy uninterrupted online security.
The issuance of an Extended Validation or EV certificate on your SSL certificate provides your website with your company name on a green bar and padlock in the web browser where your website is displayed. The address of the website changes from HTTP to HTTPS which also signifies that the website is secured. This is a universally recognised visual display of a secure online property. Your customers will feel more confident making online payments on your website.
Websites that are not SSL certified have fewer website traffic and fewer conversions as customers lack the confidence to browse through the site. Further, browsers such as Google Chrome notify website visitors with a warning if a site has no valid SSL certificate. Search engines such as Google penalise websites identified to be not secured.
Up to 256-bit encryption for maximum security of your website visitors' data.Comodo SSL Certificates use SHA2 & ECC 128/256 bit encryption which is an industry benchmark. It comes with the option of several bit lengths, the most popular one being 256. The encryption ensures that data transmitted through the network remains secure. If you have a ssl certificate that has a SHA1 certificate, we strongly recommend that you update your certificate to SHA2 as risks have been identified with the former.
Browsers like Google Chrome will mark your website as ‘Not Secure’, if it is not secured with an SSL. This flag on your website can set a negative impression on your visitors.
Support all Device
Hosteena SSL Certificates are compatible with 99.9% of web browsers, ensuring that whichever mode your customers use to reach you, your network connection with their browser is secured. Our SSL is supported by Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Edge & more!
Up to 256 bit encryption
Encrypts and authenticates your website's identity