What Is SSL Certificate Wildcard?
Encryption, Validation, Trust
An SSL Certificate is a special file on your web server that enables encrypted security for online communications. SSL creates an encrypted connection between your web server and your visitors’ web browser allowing for private information (example: credit card details) to be transmitted without the problems of eavesdropping, data tampering, or message forgery.
To enable Wildcard SSL certificate for a website, one will need to get an SSL Certificate that identifies him/her/the business and install it on the server. If you’ve ever bought anything online, you would’ve probably used SSL without realizing it. The use of a SSL Certificate on a website is usually indicated by a padlock icon on web browsers but it can also be indicated by a green address bar.
Why You Need SSL Certificate?
- To Prevent Your Customers’ Sensitive Data Such As Credit Card Numbers And Passwords From Being Intercepted By A Third Party.
- To Help Visitors To Identify Your Website As Legitimate And Increase Visitor Trust.
- Make Potential Customers Feel Safe And Confident To Perform Online Transactions Or Do Business With You.
How Does Wildcard SSL Certificates Works?
This Presumes That SSL Has Already Been Issued By SSL Issuing Authority.
What Type of SSL Certificate is Suitable for Your Website?
Compare types of SSL Certificates
Terms and Conditions
- All Prices are quoted in US Dollar.
- This promo is valid until 31st January 2017, promotion is valid for new sign-ups only Renewal will be at normal price.
- Strictly NO REFUND is allowed for SSL Certificate purchases.
- For enquiries, please contact us.
- You do agree to our terms of service available here.
- Exabytes reserves the right to amend any Terms and Conditions without prior notice.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is SSL?
The SSL (secure socket layer) protocol is the web standard for encrypting communications between users and web sites. Data sent via an SSL connection is protected by encryption, a mechanism that prevents eavesdropping and tampering with any transmitted data. SSL provides businesses and consumers with the confidence that private data sent to a web site, such as credit card numbers, are kept confidential.
When do I need SSL?
If you are running e-commerce transaction or you have a web site that request for customers private & confidential information, it is strongly recommended that you installed SSL to your site. In other words, to be a responsible web site owner, you shall have a SSL certificate in order to protect your customers info to be tapped or stolen via Internet.
What is the requirement to purchase a SSL?
You need to have a domain name and a dedicated IP for your website in order to setup the SSL to your web site.
How soon can I get my SSL?
For QuickSSL, you may receive the SSL within 24 hours after your domain name is validated and authenticated by GeoTrust. For a fully authenticated certificate such as Power Server ID or True BusinessID certificate and it can take 3 to 5 days to be issued.
Can I try an SSL Certificate before purchasing?
No. There is no trial SSL certificate available.
How do I renew my certificate?
If your SSL certificate is purchased from Exabytes
You will have to pay for the SSL price (to Exabytes)
One-Time Setup Fee ($25) to Exabytes
Dedicated IP is given free of charge to you
If your SSL certificate is purchased from other SSL provider
You will have to pay for the SSL price (to SSL provider)
Setup Fee ($25/installation) to Exabytes
Dedicated IP fee ($20/year) to Exabytes
Who can get an EV SSL certificate?
Corporations, LLCs, sole proprietorships, partnerships, governments, and schools. Basically any entity that is legally registered with your local or state government.
Can I apply for an EV certificate as an individual?
No, individuals, that are not registered as a sole proprietorship, cannot apply for EV.
How quick can I get it?
True BusinessID EV takes about 10 days to complete.