SSL is the main pillar of internet security and protected data, which is essential for your sensitive information as it travels across the world's computer networks. SSL is essential for protecting your website, even if it doesn't handle sensitive information like credit cards. It provides privacy, critical security and data integrity for both your websites and your users' personal information.
In order to accept credit card information on your website, you must pass certain audits that show that you are complying with the Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards. One of the requirements is properly using an SSL Certificate.
Even if you are not an expert server administrator, you can easily choose your SSL Certificate type base on your customer base, type of bussiness, importance of data transmit, domain you need to cover(Multi Domain certificate), EV(Extended Validation)) Certificates and many other. Get in touch with us on live chat for more infomration.
Yes, To install SSL certificate you will need Dedicated IP as the SSL is your own properly and need to install on unique IP which is own by you only. If you installing SSL on your own VPS/Dedicated server and want to set it was your shared SSL yes you do not need seperate IP.
A CSR or Certificate Signing request is a block of encoded text that is given to a Certificate Authority when applying for an SSL Certificate. It is usually generated on the server where the certificate will be installed and contains information that will be included in the certificate such as the organization name, common name (domain name), locality, and country.
You can generate a CSR and private key from your CPanel itself , if you not sure how to create on you can always take help from our 24x7 Technical support team.
An SSL certificate contains verified information about the web site it secures to help users confirm that they are communicating with your web site. Extended Validation is the industry's highest standard of verification and provides the most visible assurance to users: the address bar turns green in high-security browsers.
Your web browser will display a green address bar when visiting a web site that has been secured by a valid EV SSL Certificate. For example, when you visit this page via https, your web browser will turn the address bar green. Also, on the righthand side of the address bar you will notice a box which alternates between your legal company name and the certificate authority which issued the EV Certificate.
To reissue your SSL certificate you need to contact our support team which will get it done for you instantly after validating your ownership of account.