At Superb Internet, we’re always looking out for you.That’s why we want to take the time to give you a crash course on one of the most important elements to keeping your website safe, secured, and compliant – SSL certificates.If you’re looking to go the extra mile in keeping your website(s) safe, secured, and compliant, then Extended Validated (EV) SSL certificates is the perfect solution for you.

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Domain Validated (DV) SSL certificates are used on public websites and are one of the cheapest certificates to get.

The validation process is very simple and is typically performed via email or DNS to confirm that the domain is registered and that someone with admin rights is aware of, and approves, the certificate request.

In essence, digital certificates, such as an SSL, are small verifiable data files containing identity credentials that help authenticate the online identity of people, websites, and devices.

Each digital certificate includes valuable information like the expiration date of the certificate, the owner’s name and other important information, along with a public key – a value provided by some designated authority as an encryption key.

This helps to ensure that the sensitive data delivered between the web browser and server is handled safely, securely, and that the website is PCI (Payment Card Industry) compliant.

Why Picking the Right Certificate Authority (CA) Matters Picking the right Certificate Authorities (CA) is integral in the entire SSL process because they’re the ones issuing these digital certificates.The longer the CA has been operational, the more browsers and devices will trust the certificates issued by the CA.One important thing to note is that for certificates to be transparently trusted, it must have “ubiquity” where it’s capable of being backwards compatible with older browsers, including mobile devices.The web browser then checks the SSL certificate to make sure that the website is legitimate.Once verified, the web browser and server processes the encoded information.Get the Perfect SSL Certificate(s) to Meet Your Needs Of course, not all SSL certificates are created equal.