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Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) facilitates e-commerce by encrypting communication between your customer's browser and your server. We offer two options to help you secure your website:Regular SSL allows you to secure both your https://yourdomain.com and https://www.yourdomain.com versions of your website with 1 certificate.Wildcard SSL allows you to secure all of your website's subdomains beyond just the typical "www". Wildcard SSL also secures the https://yourdomain.com version of your website.Order your SSL certificate
Yes, we are an official reseller of Alpha SSL certificates and offer both regular and wildcard SSL to help secure your website. You can find out more and order your SSL certification on our SSL page.Here are some benefits of Alpha SSL: Compatible with 99% of web browsers. Recognized by all popular mobile devices. Uses chained root certificates, which are more secure than single root certificates. Meets National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) recommendation to use 2048 bit keys. Second oldest Certificate Authority in existence. SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. An SSL certificate helps keep your website secure by encrypting communication between your server and your customer's browser. This is especially important for e-commerce websites. The easiest way to tell if a website uses SSL is if it has "https" instead of just "http" in its link (you'll notice Dynadot has https).
Yes! We offer both regular SSL certificates and wildcard SSL certificates on our SSL page. Wildcard SSL certificates allow you to secure all the subdomains on your website with the purchase of 1 certificate.Find out more about the difference between regular SSL and wildcard SSL certificates.
SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer and an SSL certificate encrypts communication between your customer's browser and your server. Basically, it makes e-commerce transactions, log in pages that require your customer's personal information, and other pages on your website more secure.The easiest way to tell if a website has an SSL certificate is by looking at the address bar. If the website address starts with https, then it has SSL, http means it does not.Recently, Google has been adjusting the way they alert users of an unsecure website. As a result, SSL certificates may become more commonplace for all websites.What is the difference between regular and wildcard SSL certificates?