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VeriSign Secure Site Pro
Verisign Secure Site 1 Year
List Price: $399.00
Our Price: $389.00
Verisign Secure Site 2 Years
List Price: $695.00
Our Price: $679.00
Verisign Secure Site 3 Years
List Price: $995.00
Our Price: $975.00

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Overview:

Protect the transfer of sensitive data on Web sites, intranets, and extranets and assure your customers by using VeriSign® Secure Site, premium SSL and more in a single solution:

  • Full business authentication verifies your business identity and domain ownership
  • Up to 256-bit encryption with 40-bit minimum secures online transactions
  • VeriSign Trust™ Seal with VeriSign Seal-in-Search™ maximizes click-through and conversions
  • Daily Web site malware scanning shows customers you are committed to keeping them safe
  • Free 24/7 support, express renewal and 30-day money back guarantee

SSL Certificates

VeriSign provides Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificates and more in a single solution. The first Certificate Authority to provide SSL in 1995, VeriSign remains the leading provider of the most trusted solution for online security and helps assure customers that they are safe from search to browse to buy and sign-in. When customers see the VeriSign Trust™ Seal, they know they can trust the link, trust the site, and trust the transaction.

Features:

SSL and More in a Single Solution
VeriSign® Secure Site offers more than security for your online business. We help drive traffic to your site and reduce abandoned transactions. Our premium SSL Certificate, the VeriSign Trust™ Seal, Seal-in-Search technology, and daily Web site malware scanning work together to help assure your customers that your site is safe from search to browse to buy.

Customers Worldwide Know and Trust the VeriSign SealCustomers Worldwide Know and Trust the VeriSign Seal
The VeriSign seal, the most trusted mark on the Internet, is viewed up to 650 million times per day on over 100,000 Web sites in 165 countries. Seal-in-Search displays the VeriSign Trust™ Seal next to your link on browsers enabled with a free plug-in as well as on partner shopping sites and product review pages. The seal differentiates your link in search and shows that malicious code has not been detected in a daily malware scan. Learn more: The VeriSign Seal

Upgrade Options
The Strongest Encryption Available - Always
Standard SSL Certificates enable a minimum of 40-bit and up to 256-bit SSL encryption. Certain older browsers and operating systems (for a complete list go to SGC: Strongest SSL Encryption) will achieve only 40- or 56-bit encryption unless there is a Server Gated Cryptography (SGC)-enabled certificate on the server. VeriSign is the leading SSL provider of SGC-enabled SSL Certificates, enabling 128- or 256-bit encryption for over 99.9% of Internet users. Upgrade to Secure Site Pro.

Customers Gain Confidence with the Green Address BarCustomers Gain Confidence with the Green Address Bar
Online shoppers recognize the green address bar as an easy and reliable way to verify site identity and security. Only SSL Certificates with EV trigger high-security Web browsers to display your organizations name in a green address bar. More confidence means more conversions for VeriSign EV SSL customers who enjoy an average uplift of 17.8% (based on 32 case studies in 11 countries). For better online performance and added customer confidence, choose Secure Site Pro with EV SSL Certificates.

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL): How It Works:

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL): How It Works

What Happens When a Web Browser Connects to a Secure Web Site
A browser attempts to connect to a Web site secured with SSL.

How encryption works

Encryption Protects Data During Transmission
Web servers and Web browsers rely on the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol to create a uniquely encrypted channel for private communications over the public Internet. Each SSL Certificate consists of a public key and a private key. The public key is used to encrypt information and the private key is used to decipher it. When a Web browser points to a secured domain, a level of encryption is established based on the type of SSL Certificate as well as the client Web browser, operating system and host server's capabilities. That is why SSL Certificates feature a range of encryption levels such as "up to 256-bit".

Strong encryption, at 128 bits, can calculate 288 times as many combinations as 40-bit encryption. That's over a trillion times a trillion times stronger. At current computing speeds, a hacker with the time, tools, and motivation to attack using brute force would require a trillion years to break into a session protected by an SGC-enabled certificate. To enable strong encryption for the most site visitors, choose an SSL Certificate that enables at least 128-bit encryption for 99.9% of Web site visitors. True 128-bit SSL Certificates

Credentials Establish Identity Online
Credentials for establishing identity are common: a driver's license, a passport, a company badge. SSL Certificates are credentials for the online world, uniquely issued to a specific domain and Web server and authenticated by the SSL Certificate provider. When a browser connects to a server, the server sends the identification information to the browser. To view a Web sites' credentials:

  • Click the closed padlock in a browser window
  • Click the trust mark (such as the VeriSign Trust™ Seal)
  • Look in the green address bar*

*Only SSL Certificates with EV trigger high-security Web browsers to display your organization's name in a green address bar. Learn more: SSL Security and Extended Validation

Authentication Generates Trust in Credentials
Trust of a credential depends on confidence in the credential issuer, because the issuer vouches for the credential's authenticity. Certificate Authorities use a variety of authentication methods to verify information provided by organizations. VeriSign, the leading Certificate Authority, is well known and trusted by browser vendors because of our rigorous authentication methods and highly reliable infrastructure. Browsers extend that trust to SSL Certificates issued by VeriSign.

SSL and More in a Single Solution
New features available with all VeriSign® SSL Certificates do more than secure transactions and establish trust online. The new VeriSign Trust™ Seal, VeriSign Seal-in-Search™ technology, and daily Web site malware scanning work together with your premium SSL Certificate to help assure your customers that your site is safe from search to browse to buy.

You need SSL if...

  • you have an online store or accept online orders and credit cards
  • you offer a login or sign in on your site
  • you process sensitive data such as address, birth date, license, or ID numbers
  • you need to comply with privacy and security requirements
  • you value privacy and expect others to trust you.

Product Comparision:

Not all SSL Certificates are the same. VeriSign® SSL Certificates with additional trust features offer more than security for your online business. We help drive traffic to your site and reduce abandoned transactions by assuring your customers that your site is safe from search to browse to buy.

SSL Certificates Comparision:
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Top 10 Security Features
Encryption strength 128-bit minimum to 256-bit 40-bit minimum to 256-bit 128-bit minimum to 256-bit 40-bit minimum to 256-bit
Green address bar

   
Extended validation

   
Full organization authentication

Express delivery    

 
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VeriSign Seal-in-Search™

Daily Web site malware scanning

Free 24/7 customer support

Additional Features
Installation Checker

VeriSign Trust Center Account

Free revocation and replacement

Universal browser compatibility

Support for SAN (UC)

Support for IDN

Licensing for multiple servers

Free RatePoint subscription

 
Free security and monitoring software

 

 

Documentation:

Download the VeriSign Beginners Guide To SSL Certificates  (PDF).

Pricing Notes:

VeriSign Products
VeriSign Secure Site Pro
Verisign Secure Site 1 Year
List Price: $399.00
Our Price: $389.00
Verisign Secure Site 2 Years
List Price: $695.00
Our Price: $679.00
Verisign Secure Site 3 Years
List Price: $995.00
Our Price: $975.00