Secure Socket Layer (SSL)
An SSL certificate acts as third-party verification for a website’s security. It verifies the strength of the Secure Socket Layer encryption used when a user connects to the site and connects that encryption to the organization or individual that owns and maintains the website. SSL certification and validation are a necessary piece of web security for any business that collects information from its users.
What We Offer
Sectigo is a leading cybersecurity provider of digital identity solutions, including TLS / SSL certificates, DevOps, IoT, and enterprise-grade PKI management, as well as multi-layered web security.
As the world’s largest commercial Certificate Authority with more than 700,000 customers and over 20 years of experience in online trust,.
AutoSSL is an account-wide security ceritifcate setting that comes already installed on all your cPanel accounts with Broaddrive.
When AutoSSL is enabled, a daily cron replaces self-signed certificates and expired (or soon-to-expire) certificates with new FREE Let’s Encrypt certificates. This process also happens immediately for new accounts.
We provide high quality services
Begin by purchasing the right SSL certificate for your needs.
Choose from the two types listed above.
Order the SSL ceritifcate and make payment
You will receive a verification and the signed certificate via email.
Follow the instructions on how to install your SSL certificate.
Manage, renew or re-issue the certificate as you wish.
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Each valid SSL certificate must be issued for every server and domain (website address). When you use your browser to open a website holding an SSL certificate, the SSL handshake occurs between your browser and the website server. A padlock, a trust mark, or the website name highlighted in green are all indicators that a secure link is established and secure communications can begin.
You can easily recognize a secure connection. You can identify whether a website is protected with SSL certificate just by looking at the URL. If the URL begins with ‘https://’, it’s to be understood that the website is secured with an SSL certificate or if it shows a green text or a padlock.
There is an SSL available to cover a whole host of different requirements, there are some which offer higher levels of security to build consumer trust and others which cover one domain and more than one domain.