EV SSL - Extended Validation (EV) SGC SSL Certificates
EV SGC certificates combine the customer conversion properties of the green bar with the audience maximization capabilities of SGC technology to create the ultimate SSL certificate for business websites.
Starting at P.A.O /year
Server Gated Cryptography (SGC) upgrades the encryption capabilities of older browsers from 40-bit encryption into full 128/256 bit encryption - ensuring your website protects and is trusted by the highest number of internet users possible.
Exclusive to EV, the green address bar prominently displays your company name and provides visual assurance to customers that your site is highly secure.
Features and benefits
- Green address bar provides immediate trust and helps customer conversion
- Upgrades encryption capabilities of 40 bit browsers to connect at full 128/256 bit security
- Highest strength 2048-bit signatures with 256 bit encryption
- Recognized by 99.9% of browsers and mobile devices
- Free TrustLogo site seal
- Unlimited server licenses
- Priority phone support
- $250,000 relying party warranty
- 30 day, no questions, money back guarantee
Plus - 1 year free PCI scanning service, 1 year free daily website vulnerability scanning.Buy Now
Because EV SGC SSL certificates deliver the highest levels of trust, the green address bar is recognized by consumers as a hallmark of security used by only the best online retailers. Make sure your site enjoys the same degree of trust and security from just P.A.O /year per year.
EV SSL certificates were designed to strengthen e-commerce security, combat phishing attacks and to create the most complete SSL Certificate available. Visual assurance helps e-commerce merchants increase trust, reduce shopping cart abandonment, and build long-term revenue.
You'll benefit from
- Boosted consumer confidence with the Green Address Bar, exclusive to EV SSL
- Reduced shopping cart abandonment
- Increased conversion rates
- Ease of EV deployment by using our EV Enhancer technology
- Protect your customers from phishing attacks