SSL Certificates

Security, credibility and trust for your visitors they deserve

Protect your users’ data online with SSL security

Secure sites matter to search engines and customers. We have an SSL Certificate that’s perfect for you and your business.

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.

Buy SSL Certificates





PositiveSSL


330Per year
  • Express 5 min issuance
  • No Paperwork
  • www and non-www
  • Free Static SiteSeal
  • Mobile Friendly
  • Free unlimited server licensing
  • Free Reissues
  • 10,000$ Warranty





PositiveSSL


734Per year
  • Express 5 min issuance
  • No Paperwork
  • www and non-www
  • Free Static SiteSeal
  • Mobile Friendly
  • Free unlimited server licensing
  • Free Reissues
  • 10,000$ Warranty





PositiveSSL


2715Per year
  • Express 5 min issuance
  • No Paperwork
  • www and non-www
  • Free Dynamic SiteSeal
  • Mobile Friendly
  • Free unlimited server licensing
  • Free Reissues
  • 250,000$ Warranty





PositiveSSL


4696Per year
  • Express 5 min issuance
  • No Paperwork
  • www and non-www
  • Free Static SiteSeal
  • Mobile Friendly
  • Free unlimited server licensing
  • Free Reissues
  • 10,000$ Warranty

Why choose Code Guard

Guaranteed Security

Guaranteed Security

Round-the-clock security for your website

Boost Credibility

Boost Credibility

Gain your customers’ trust with a secured site.

Strongest Encryption

Strongest Encryption

Military-Grade SHA2 & ECC 128/256 bit encryption.

Address bar Visibility

Address bar Visibility

Prominently display your secured state to your audience.

Improved SEO

Improved SEO

Secure your website to rank higher in search results.

TrustLogo Site Seal

TrustLogo Site Seal

A visible badge of credibility for your website.

Supports all Browsers

Supports all Browsers

Your security is intact on every web browser.

Secure all Sub-domains

Secure all Sub-domains

Encrypt all your mini-sites with WildCard SSL.

Features of CodeGuard Website Backup Service

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Demonstrate Credibility with SSL Security Certificate

Get the ultimate assurance of security with 3 prominent elements that your customer will see:

  • Secure indicator on the address bar in your customers’ browser
  • Your company name on the address bar (with EV)
  • Comodo TrustLogo Site Seal on your website
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Improve Search Rankings

In May 2017, Google announced that it would display a ‘Not Secure’ message on the Chrome browser for all websites that do not use a SSL certificate. Moreover, they also indicated that such websites may be penalised in search rankings. Prevent this drop by getting your SSL Security Certificate now.

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Improve Sales & Conversions

Attacks such as phishing, website hacks and data abuse are impacting customer confidence in e-commerce. When your website has a SSL certificate, it gives your customers the confidence to make online payments and transact on a website.

Why choose Code Guard

Protect your visitors

SSL is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted
link—here’s how it works.

Invisible to the end-user, a process called the “SSL handshake” creates a secure connection between a web server and a browser. Three keys are used to create a symmetric session key, which is then used to encrypt all in-transit data.

  1. Server sends a copy of its asymmetric public key to browser.
  2. Browser creates a symmetric session key and encrypts it with the server’s asymmetric public key then sends it to the server.
  3. Server decrypts the encrypted session key using its asymmetric private key to get the symmetric session key.
  4. Server and browser now encrypt and decrypt all transmitted data with the symmetric session key. This allows for a secure channel because only the browser and the server know the symmetric session key, and the session key is only used for that specific session. If the browser was to connect to the same server the next day, a new session key would be created.

Secure browsing experience

SSL Certificates use something called public key cryptography.

This particular kind of cryptography harnesses the power of two keys which are long strings of randomly generated numbers. One is called a private key and one is called a public key. A public key is known to your server and available in the public domain. It can be used to encrypt any message. If Alice is sending a message to Bob she will lock it with Bob’s public key but the only way it can be decrypted is to unlock it with Bob’s private key. Bob is the only one who has his private key so Bob is the only one who can use this to unlock Alice’s message. If a hacker intercepts the message before Bob unlocks it, all they will get is a cryptographic code that they cannot break, even with the power of a computer.

If we look at this in terms of a website, the communication is happening between a website and a server. Your website and server are Alice and Bob.

How Google’s Recent Changes Affect You

 

Latest Google Chrome updates now shows visitors a ‘Not Secure’ message in the URL if your website is not https (i.e. no SSL certificate). If it isn’t secure, visitors are more likely to refrain from entering information, making purchases or even signing up for your email list.

 

Google will also rank websites without an SSL certificate lower on the search results page (SERP), affecting your SEO efforts, traffic and revenue at the same time.

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