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SSL CERTIFICATES

Protect your users’ data online with SSL security

Basic SSL

Starting at:

19.99€/mo

39.99€

Save 20% on 1st Month

  • Domain (DV)
  • Single Domain
  • Great for Personal
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Wildcard SSL

Starting at:

29.99€/mo

49.99

Save 20% on 1st Month

  • Domain (DV)
  • Single Domain
  • Great for Personal
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EV SSL

Starting at:

39.99€/mo

59.99€

Save 20% on 1st Month

  • Domain (DV)
  • Single Domain
  • Great for Personal
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What is an SSL certificate?

SSL certificates are what enable websites to move from HTTP to HTTPS, which is more secure. An SSL certificate is a data file hosted in a website's origin server.

SSL certificates make SSL/TLS encryption possible, and they contain the website's public key and the website's identity, along with related information.

Devices attempting to communicate with the origin server will reference this file to obtain the public key and verify the server's identity. The private key is kept secret and secure.

How to Choose an SSL Certificate

Domain Validation

Validation Level

Easier to get, released within minutes. These certifications are perfect for small blogs or small web pages.

Organization Validation

Validation Level

Ideal for small, medium and large companies. These certificates require that the companies that buy them be legally registered.

Extended Validation

Validation Level

These certifications provide the best security for the users of a website that belongs to a legitimate business such as organizations and institutions.

Why do sites need an SSL certificate?

A website needs an SSL certificate in order to keep user data secure, verify site ownership, prevent attackers from creating a fake version of the site, and gain user trust.

Encryption

SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer and in short, is the standard technology to secure an Internet connection and protect any sensitive data sent between the two systems, preventing criminals from reading and modifying any information transferred, including possible personal details.

Encryption Level

The strength of encryption depends solely on the web-browser and the web-server it requests the connection to. All our SSL certificates now support up to 256-bit encryption. That means that if the user's browser supports 256 and your web server supports 256, the SSL session will be 256.

Browser Ubiquity

Browser ubiquity indicates an estimated percentage of Internet users who will inherently trust an SSL certificate. The lower the browser ubiquity, the less people will trust a certificate. As a general rule, any SSL certificate with over 95% browser ubiquity is acceptable.

Top-Tier Support

All SSL certificates you purchase on Netibal Host are sent by the world's largest Commercial Certification Authority - Comodo CA. Our experts will help you choose the right SSL for your business and provide you with the highest level of support with their wealth of knowledge.

Frequently Asked Questions

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is one of the standard security protocols used by millions for establishing an encrypted connection between a web browser and a web server while preventing cybercriminals from reading and modifying any transaction done between them such as the transmission of sensitive information like credit card while doing online shopping. It ensures that all the data passed between the web browser and web server remains private and secured.
TLS (Transport Layer Security) the successor protocol and an improved version of SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). It works similar to SSL using encryption for protecting the transmission of data and information. Moreover, SSL Certificates are one of the digital certificates which prove that the identity of the websites is authenticated and all the information sent to SSL installed website will stay encrypted with the help of SSL/TLS technology.
SSL/TLS Certificate installed on the website means it helps to secure the data transferred between the visitor and a website and vice-versa. Though one thing has to be noted that, it doesn’t mean the information on the server is secured, as once the sensitive data reaches the server it’s up to the admin on how to keep it safe for example, encryption of database.
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the security protocol used for establishing a secured connection between web-browser and the webserver. It’s one of the industry security standard protocol, which is used by many websites for securing the online transactions of the clients. On the other hand, HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol over Secure Socket Layer), works as a sub-layer under the HTTP application layering. Here, HTTPS encrypts the regular HTTP message before sending and decrypts a message during its arrival.