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What is an SSL certificate?

Every enterpriser who hosts his/her business online, the need to have a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protection is a must. SSL is a cutting-edge security technology that helps protects your visitors' sensitive data from being misused by malicious foreign parties. An SSL certificate ensures hard-line encryption (scrambling of data to prevent meddling during transmission) and validation (verification of the website’s business) and the end result is client’s dependability. When your targeted audiences visit your website and find that you have enables an SSL protection, they readily come to know that your business is legit and thus they can buy with confidence since your website is protected. 

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Which SSL certificate is right for me?

Shop by validation level, number of domains secured, or brand.

Domain Validation

Domain-level validation is the most standard type of SSL certificate. This certificate type is buyable at least costs and even the cheapest Domain Validation certificate allows seamless validation in addition to encryption. This is seemingly the most available and the safest way to secure your blog or basic personal site.

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Organization Validation

Organization-validated SSL certificates include verification of the business or organization behind the domain, to offer a maximum level of the sureness for your end users. Organization validation certificates are the most failsafe security measures for e-commerce sites and other websites that consider customer’s info.

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Extended Validation

Extended Validation is the best of all SSL certificated floating around. With this type of certificate, the certifying authority carries out a profound inspection of your business, to ensure the ultimate level of user’s trust. With Extended Validation, you can ensure to get the familiar "green bar" – which is the ticket for e-commerce websites that gather sensitive customer data for example, credit card numbers.

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Single Domain

Single-domain SSL certificates grant the security for a single yet out-and-out qualified domain name.

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Wildcard

Wildcard SSL certificates grant the security for all the same-level sub domains of a domain.

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Multiple Domains

Multi-domain SSL certificates grant secured communications for multiple domains.

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What comes with an SSL cert?

An SSL Certificate comes furnished with the following features that are instrumental in protecting your customers’ data from being stolen.

Site Seal

Site Seal

The site seal is a well-defined illustration of your protection, which is why most webmasters tend to buy SSL. It acts as a homogeneous reminder to customers that your site is safe and sound. Most website users are well aware how to search for a site seal, so it makes sense to find one for your website too. Seals differ in mutual in terms of appearance to distinguish the differences between certificates, but every SSL certificate we at Cube Hosting offer comes furnished with a seal.

Top-Tier Support

Top-Tier Support

At Cube Hosting, we have built the reputation for offering the ultimate and the most affordable hosting services in the industry. We render special thanks to our dedicated customer support team – apart from being all the way knowledgeable, the support team is comprised of technicians who are some of the most gracious and helpful people you would have ever run across online. They are available 24/7 to answer questions and offer very effective consultation.

Browser Ubiquity

Browser Ubiquity

We choose SSL certificates while giving scrupulous attention to its every detail to ensure powerful browser ubiquity. This directs to the fact that most of the world's browsers will be acquainted with these certificates other than the red flag since the company granting the cert is anonymous and so it is hard to assure anything about its security. Every certificate we offer is supported by all key web browsers.

Encryption Level

Encryption Level

Security is figured by the number of bits used to generate the encryption key, which is used for encrypting the data in the long run. Most of our SSL certificates use either 256-bit or 128-bit encryption, based on the efficiencies of computer and server. Both 256- and 128-bit are the industry’s standard for data security.