Domain Validation SSL Certificates
Domain Validation SSL/TLS certificates are a great option for securing personal websites, blogs and other non-e-commerce sites for low volume transactions and basic secure login areas gets a strong encryption between server & visitor.
Issued in minutes, Positive SSL certificates provide the highest levels of protection for business websites. Trusted by over 99.9% of current Internet users, Positive SSL is the solution for new websites or environments where trust has been established and entity verification (for identity assurance) is not needed. Positive SSL carry a $10,000 warranty.
RapidSSL offers a low price SSL solution and includes a 30-day money back guarantee plus multi-year and renewal discounts. Convenience: RapidSSL issues most SSL certificates within minutes of enrollment, helping you develop and launch a secure site quickly. RapidSSL SSL certificates provides $10,000 warranty.
Wildcard SSL certificates are a convenient and cost-effective option that allows you to secure a main domain (also known as a Fully Qualified Domain Name or FQDN) and an unlimited number of sub-domains. So say your website is cleverly named, www.mywebsite.com.
Comodo PositiveSSL Wildcard
Comodo’s Positive SSL Wildcard is an entry-level Domain Validation certificate, which allows you to secure an unlimited number of subdomains under a single certificate and is ideal for small businesses. Positive SSL is the solution for new web sites or environments where trust has been established and entity verification (for identity assurance) is not needed. Trusted by all popular browsers , 99.9% browser compatibility, 128/256 bit encryption . Positive SSL Certificates carry a $10,000 warranty.
The RapidSSL wildcard certificate is an ideal solution for entry-level websites that need to protect one main domain (both www and non-www) along with their subdomains (i.e. yourdomain.com, mail.yourdomain.com, admin.yourdomain.com, retail.theSSLstore.com, etc.) With this product, you get a $10,000 warranty. This means that if your site was improperly validated, actually not secured and/or issued to a fraudulent site by this Certificate Authority (CA), etc.