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A padlock and an HTTPS prefix on the web browser address bar indicates an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate is installed for the web application. SSL certificates on a web server are essential for protecting online data transmission.

When a user visits your web application, the SSL certificate enables an encrypted connection, protecting sensitive information transmitted between the browser and the server. SSL certificates also establishes trust with users by providing identification of your application. Validation types include Domain Validation (DV), Organisation Validation (OV) and Extended Validation (EV).

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SSL Certificates
Compatible with All Popular Browsers
Encrypting data transmission on most browsers
SSL certificates protect data transmission from man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks on the majority of popular and standard compliant browsers.
SSL Certificates
Multiple Levels of Validation
Choose the level of validation suitable for your application
Available on 3 levels: Domain Validation (DV), Organisation Level (OV) and Extended Validation (EV).

DV SSL certificates can be used for personal sites, blogs and simple websites. E-Commerce sites with login and payment requires at least OV validation which validates the organisation of the site owner. EV SSL certificates are crucial for applications that require a high level of trust, such as public sites and financial sites and applications. EV certificates are issued only upon stringent verification of the organisation.
SSL Certificates
Unlimited Re-Issuance
Re-issue your SSL certificate whenever needed, for free
All SSL certificates issued can be reissued anytime it is required, at no extra cost.

This is useful for server reinstallation, application re-deployments and migration to another server.
SSL Certificates
256-Bit & 128-Bit Encryption
Secured with data protection industry standard
Our SSL certificates support both 256-bit and 128-bit encryption. The level of security provided by an SSL certificate is determined by the number of bits used to generate the encryption key, which is then used to encrypt the data.

Depending on the capabilities of the web browser and server, the SSL certificates use either 256-bit or 128-bit encryption.

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