What is an SSL Certificate?
SSL Certificates are small data files that digitally bind a cryptographic key to an organization’s details. When installed on a web server, it activates the padlock and the https protocol and allows secure connections from a web server to a browser. Typically, SSL is used to secure credit card transactions, data transfer and logins, and more recently is becoming the norm when securing browsing of social media sites.
Types of Certificates
For e-commerce applications and sites where sensitive information is exchanged, EV SSL certificates deliver the highest level of trust to website visitors. With EV SSL certificates, a visitor's address bar will turn green and display the organization's name and location confirming the site's identity along with the Certificate Authority (CA) doing the verification according to standardized industry guidelines established by the CA/Browser Forum.
For enterprises and organizations looking to cost-effectively secure multiple websites with EV SSL, the highest levels of security. Multi-domain certificates expand the value of EV by allowing businesses to secure up to 100 distinct domains on a single certificate - greatly simplifying SSL management processes and delivering substantial cost savings versus individual EV certificate purchases.
For organizations hosting a single domain name but with different subdomains (e.g., secure simcol.net, www.simcol.net, accounts.simcol.net), the Wildcard Certificate is cost effective and efficient means of securing all subdomains without the need to manage multiple certificates.
For Microsoft Exchange 2010 and Office Communications Server 2007, a single UCC/SAN Certificate can cover many different domains. Built for these Microsoft environments, UCC simplifies the process of configuring SSL security and provide SSL support which traditional or Wildcard SSL certificates cannot do.
Provides authentication and encryption for the remote configuration of Intel® vPro™ Platforms. Official Intel® approved certificates to create a secure connection for configuration data to be sent down-the-wire to the Intel® vPro™ platform without a physical touch required by IT.
For securing web sites, these standard SSL certificates provide SSL encryption plus traditional validation/vetting. These organizationally validated (OV) certificates include an organization's name and location on the certificate.
Simcol Personal Authentication Certificates (SPACs) allow you to add security to your emails and documents and help you authenticate yourself to online services. For businesses and organizations requiring assurance that email cannot be stolen or modified in transit, Simcol E-mail Certificates secure email by digitally signing and/or encrypting it. It allows users to use the digitally sign and encrypt features built into their personal email client such as Microsoft Outlook or other S/MIME compliant software.
Simcol Secure E-Mail software works with your email client to automatically sign and encrypt outgoing email, as well as eliminate the complexity of the certificate exchange procedure among users.
|True Business ID||$145.00|
|True Business ID Wildcard||$710.00|
|True Business ID with EV||$337.00|
|Secure Site Pro||$1255.00|
|Secure Site with EV||$1312.00|
|Secure Site Pro with EV||$2046.00|
|SSL Web Server||$180.00|
|SSL Web Server Wildcard||$845.00|
|SSL Web Server with EV||$845.00|
|VeriSign Trust Seal||$590.00|