A private SSL Web Server Certificate on your website displays the identity of the website owner and the name of the independent authority who verified that identity. The Web Server Certificate connects at 128 bit, 56 bit or 40 bit depending on the client’s browser capability.
Why do I need my own SSL Web Server Certificate?
Let’s say you have a domain name: monopoly.com, with an account username of monopoly, and a web page of order.html.
When you use the Interspeed secure server certificate to secure a web page on your web site, the address people see in their web browser is https://www.safetopay.com/~monopoly/order.html.
If you have your own certificate, the details seen in the web browser would be https://www.monopoly.com/order.html.
Your own secure server certificate provides additional credibility and re-assurance to your clients.
A private SSL Web Server Certificate also enables your customers to view the following information:
- The domain for which the certificate was issued. This allows them to check that the SSL Web Server Certificate was issued for your domain (URL).
- The owner of the certificate. This acts as further reassurance since customers are able to see who they are doing business with.
- The physical location of the owner. Once again this reassures customers that they are dealing with an actual entity.
- The validity dates of the certificate. This is extremely important since it shows users that your SSL Web Server Certificate is current.
A secure server certificate costs $180 +gst – for purchase and installation with your own unique IP address, and a further $100 +gst – per year for renewals.
To order a private SSL certificate, Contact Support