Rapid SSL Certificate Summary
This certificate is known for its lightning fast issuance and extremely affordable price. It is also recognized by 99+% browsers and is an excellent solution for new websites.
*VAT not included. It will be added where applicable.
|Secures||www.site.com + site.com|
|Key length||2048 - 4096-bit|
|Encryption||Up to 256-bit|
Rapid SSL Certificate Characteristics
Warranty of $10,000
Free Site seal
Multi-Domain Support & SAN
Money Back Guarantee
SSL Certificate Features by Sectigo
Get Strong SSL Encryption for added trust and security.
FAQ For Rapid SSL Certificates
RapidSSL Certificate have become one of the most sought-after SSL certificates. These certificates are standard DV and can be issued instantly. In this instance, the CA validates domain ownership. This process is quick.
Yes, absolutely. RapidSSL, a stable 256-bit single root SSL certificate, is vital for secure data transfers. An SSL certificate is required for a website to protect user data, verify owner, gain trust, and prevent attackers creating a fake site.
Encryption: SSL/TLS encryption can be achieved because SSL certificates allow for the public-private key pairing. Clients, such as web browsers, get the public key needed to open a TLS link from a server's SSL Certificate.
Authentication: SSL certificates prove that the client is speaking to the right server for the domain. This prevents domain piracy, middle man attacks, spoofing other types of attacks.
HTTPS: An SSL certificate is essential for any HTTPS website address. HTTPS stands for secure HTTP. HTTPS websites use SSL/TLS to encrypt their traffic. HTTPS not only secures user data during transit but also makes websites more trustworthy from the user's point of view. Although most users don't notice the difference between http:// and https:// addresses, many browsers are now marking HTTP sites as "not secured" in more visible ways to encourage people to switch to HTTPS.
SSL is the backbone for secure Internet. It protects sensitive information that travels over the internet's network. Even if your website doesn't deal with sensitive information such as credit card numbers, SSL is vital for protecting it. It protects your website and users' personal information with privacy, critical security, and data integrity.
SSL is used to protect sensitive information that is being sent over the Internet. Only the intended recipient can view it. Because the Internet transmits information from one computer to another to reach the destination server, this is crucial. If the SSL certificate isn't used, any computer between you and the server could see usernames, passwords, credit card numbers and other sensitive information. The information is unreadable by anyone except the server to which it is being sent when an SSL certificate has been used. This protects the information from identity thieves and hackers.
SSL Certificates provide authentication - A proper SSL certificate provides additional security and authentication. This allows you to be certain that your information is being sent to the correct server and not an imposter trying steal it.
SSLs offer trust - Web browsers display visual cues such as a lock icon and a green bar to let visitors know that their connection is secure. These cues will increase visitors' trust in your website and make them more likely to purchase from you. SSL providers can also provide a trust seal to increase customer trust.
An SSL certificate is required to be PCI compliant. In order to take credit card information from your website, you will need to pass audits to prove that you comply with the Payment Card Industry standards. An SSL Certificate must be used correctly.
It's easy to purchase:
- Choose your SSL certificate
- Add item to your cart
- Pay your bill
- Click on "Generate Certificate Now"
- Your CSR should be processed
- The validation process is completed
- The certificate will be sent to you via email
- Install the certificate on your web server
Feel free to ask an SSL expert on our website if you have any questions.
Domain validation (DV)
A Domain Validated Certificate, also known as DV, is a certificate that requires you to confirm that you own the domain. To verify your rights to use the domain, you will receive an email from WHOIS. It is fast and easy to issue, but it can sometimes be a little difficult to trust as almost anyone can obtain DV
Organizational Validation (OV)
The issuing Certificate Authority (CA), for Organization Validated (OV), Certificates validates your organization information in order to verify that you are an actual company. They verify the Organization Name and Physical Address as well as the Phone Number. Before an OV certificate can be issued, it must match the WHOIS information as well as a public Government Information Website or approved Third-Party website. Because they can be certain that they are dealing with a legitimate corporate entity, OV certificates increase trust in a consumer.
Extended Validation (EV) Extended Validation Certificates, also known as "Green Bar" Certificates, are the most trusted type of SSL certificate. During the EV verification process the CA or issuing vendor verifies that your business is legitimate and in good standing. This goes beyond the OV verification process.
After the process is completed successfully and your EV SSL issued, all browser indicators on your website will be activated to let customers know you are trustworthy.
The "Green Bar" is the most important indicator that activates when a user visits your site. Research has shown that most people know about the green bar and consider it trustworthy. EV certificates have the highest potential ROI. More trust could lead to more confidence, which could increase their willingness to purchase from you.
CSR, or Certificate Signing request, is encrypted text that must originate from the server where the certificate will be used. It contains information such as the name of your organization, common name (domain), location, and country. The CSR also creates a private key. Contact our experts SSL support agents for more information.
To generate the CSR, most people call their hosting company or system administrator. You can do this if you know the details of your server.