|Product Name||Validation||Time||Reissues||Installation Checker||Warranty||Broswer Compatibility||Wildcard Enabled||Price|
|Sectigo PositiveSSL||Domain||3-4 minutes||10,000$||99.3%||
|Sectigo Essential SSL||Domain||3-4 minutes||10,000$||99.3%||
|Sectigo PositiveSSL - WD||Domain||3-4 minutes||10,000$||99.3%||
|Sectigo Premium Wildcard SSL||Domain||3-4 minutes||10,000$||99.3%||
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a web server and a browser.
This ensures that all data passed between the web server and browsers remain private and integral. SSL is an industry standard and is used by millions of websites in the protection of their online transactions with their customers. Although all SSL certificates use similar methods to protect and validate your data, the level of trust and assertion they provide varies.
Standard SSL (Domain Validated) Certificates are the easiest and most common type of SSL certificate.
Certificate Authority will confirm domain control by sending an email to the administrator listed with the registrar for the domain. If the authorized administrator does not reply, a second email will be sent to an email address at the domain such as admin@ or administrator@. (You may select a secondary email address during the enrollment process.) In addition to validation by email, you will be asked (depending to the type of SSL) to provide a telephone number where you can be reached immediately after submitting your enrollment.
If everything checks out, the SSL certificate is issued.
If you allow a certificate to expire, the certificate becomes invalid, and you will no longer be able to run secure transactions on your website. The Certification Authority (CA) will prompt you to renew your SSL certificate prior to the expiration date.