Online Security is utmost important for you if you are dealing with clients in an online environment. There are plenty of online tools that a online business man should use to keep his clients safe and secure. Anti-Spyware, Antivirus, System firewalls are among these tools that one can implement on their desktop, laptops, tablets or smartphones. On a web server one needs to maintain the equally important security level by using SSL Certificates, Website Scanners, Server Firewalls, Anti-Spywares, Anti-Virus systems etc. One can use all or either one or a combination of these tools as per their requirements or business.
- SSL Certificate protects the data transfer by encryption so that it becomes impossible for hackers to understand it.
- Code Signing Certificate is for coders or software developers by signing it and making genuine for Customers.
- Premium DNS secures the DNS System and improves the reliability and performance with our Anycast DNS network.
- SiteLock Website Security Scans your website for known vulnerabilities and keeps you updated with threats on your website.
A SSL Certificate secures the connecting bridge between your server and customer's system and encrypts the complete data transfer including credit card numbers, login passwords and private data. This data elements are critically important and can be misused by hackers or spammers for their own benefit. SSL Certificates makes it impossible for hackers to read it. We issue SSL certificates in minutes and it's easy to install on our hosting servers, so you can secure your website within few minutes with just 2 clicks. Our SSL is powered by SHA-2 and 2048-bit encryption and can cover unlimited servers.
Code Signing Certificate
Developing your own software project. Add a genuine developer signature with your project and maintain the integrity with our Code Signatures. It protects your code from hackers or re-engineers and keeps your code under your own signatures that maintains the originality and keeps up with the trust of your Customers.
This Code Signatures plays a key role in software development specially for Software Developers or Implementation Teams. By using our signing certificates, you can place a unique digital signature that verifies your code as your own code and maintains the originality of code and shows a red alert banner if someone tries to alter your code. This certificates can also be used for signing hardware drivers with the same level of security and is also required by Microsoft® for operating systems in Vista and later.
SiteLock Website Security
Secure your online business and keep your customers data safe. SiteLock is an industry standard website security solution that automatically scans your website for malware or other known vulnerabilities and keeps you updated every day with latest threats and how to resolve the issues. SiteLock displays the security seal that certifies that your website is safe and secure from hackers and other viruses.
SiteLock is a powerful online security tool that keeps hackers away 24/7.
Premium DNS Hosting
Stop hackers from hijacking your traffic with Premium DNS. Our Anycast DNS Network also helps eliminate “Site Not Found” errors and improves your site’s speed and reliability.
You don’t have to be a technical expert to improve your site’s reliability and security through your DNS (Domain Name Servers). While hackers often target a site’s DNS as a way to re-route visitors to their own malicious site, Premium DNS prevents this by placing your site’s DNS on our global network. This not only secures the process for your visitors, but also improves your site’s performance and reliability.
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What is SSL Certificate?
An SSL certificate (Secure Socket Layer Certificate) is a virtual certificate that is assigned to a domain or hosting account and allows information that has been entered into the website by a user (for example credit card information) to be securely encrypted before it is sent to the receiving end to be processed. These are commonly installed on eCommerce website's that allow their customers to enter their card details on the website itself rather than on the payment gateway providers website. Using this method allows for a seamless experience when customers are purchasing items from a website as they never leave the merchants site.
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate authenticates the identity of a website and encrypts information sent to the server using SSL technology. Encryption is the process of scrambling data into an undecipherable format that can only be returned to a readable format with the proper decryption key.
A certificate serves as an electronic "passport" that establishes an online entity’s credentials when doing business on the Web. When an Internet user attempts to send confidential information to a Web server, the user’s browser accesses the server’s digital certificate and establishes a secure connection.
An SSL certificate contains the following information:-The certificate holder’s name
-The certificate’s serial number and expiration date
-A copy of the certificate holder’s public key
-The digital signature of the certificate-issuing authority
For information about installing SSLs, see Installing an SSL: Server Instructions