Run secure websites - Ensure your customer's safety!
SSL Certificates protect your customer’s personal data including passwords, credit cards and identity information. Getting an SSL certificate is the easiest way to increase your customer’s confidence in your online business.
SSL protects your site visitors’ private and sensitive data against fraud and identity theft. SSLs guard data by providing encryption (scrambling of data to prevent tampering during transmission) and validation (verification of the business behind the website).
Get Recommended by Search Engines!
SSL certification is good for SEO. Major search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo place a higher value on websites that invest in this kind of additional security.
Aside from helping protect your private information, obtaining shows search engines that you are an authentic and reliable business that is worth recommending to online browsers. Google, most especially, has announced that they provide a certain ranking benefit to sites that implement this type of protection.
Gain Customers Trust and More Sales
Press the padlock. Keep out fraud activities and other criminals from invading your websites.
Gain Customers Confidence
Get an SSL certificate to increase your customer's trust in your online business. Note that many paying costumers always look for the Lock Seal.
No knowledge on SSL Installation on your server? No worries. Our support team will surely help you out on this.
FAQ - Your questions? We got answers!
What is an SSL Certificate?
An SSL Certificate is a digital certificate issued for a domain by a central authority called the Certificate Authority. To be issued an SSL Certificate, you must purchase an SSL Certificate and then go through a verification process conducted by the Certificate Authority.
How to install and SSL Certificate?
The specific steps of how to install an SSL certificate depends on the server and operating system you are using. But here are some general guidelines you must follow to ensure the process is successful:
Obtain a CSR
Before you can create an SSL certificate, you will need to get a certificate signing request or CSR. This is an important encrypted identifier that you will need to make sure your SSL certification functions well. To be specific, the CSR determines which server will use your certificate. This will also identify the main and sub-domain names that you’ll be using. The kind of CSR provided will depend on your operating system as well as on the type of certification you choose.
Wait for the validation notice
After you’ve purchased SSL protection for your site, the next step is to request the security provider—in this case, Crazy Domains—to generate an SSL certificate for the main domain name you want to use. This will prove that the certification is truly owned by your company and is meant for your specific website. After this request has been processed, you will receive a notification email to confirm that your certification is ready. This will usually take 24 hours, by which time the SSL will be active and all set for use.
Proceed with the installation
Once you’ve generated your CSR, paid for your web security package, and completed the validation process, you are finally ready to install your SSL certificate. Crazy Domains typically provides the certification through email. It will be attached as a text file with certain encrypted data that your web server will recognise and use once the installation is compete. As mentioned earlier, the specific installation process will depend on the server and operating system you are using. You can refer to our Help Page for more information on the right steps you must use if you’re using an Apache, Tomcat, and other such server types.
How do I know a Website is Secure?
If you buy an SSL certificate that provides maximum security, your visitors will notice their browser bar turning green when they type in your website’s URL. They will also be able to see a secure seal on your homepage, which is a viable sign that your site has been authenticated and is appropriately protected. Another common indication that a website is secure is if its URL starts with “https” instead of “http”.
Why should I buy an SSL Certificate?
An SSL Certificate does 2 things: a. Encrypt the information sent from your user’s browser to your website b. Authenticate your website’s identity.
By doing these 2 things, an SSL Certificate protects your customers and in turn increases their trust in your online business. This is especially important if your website requires users to login using passwords or enter sensitive information such as credit card details.