Domain Validation (DV) Certificates
The Domain Validation (DV) Certificate is a standard type of SSL which gives proof to domain ownership. Similar to all types of SSL certificates, the DV Certificate will show an apparent “green padlock” symbol in the address bar thereby making the https protocol more visible on any browser.
Wildcard Domain Validation Certificates
The Wildcard Domain Validation Certificate provides the same security as the Standard SSL DV Certificates but for unlimited subdomains and servers of the main domain name and may provide a more economical solution if you need to protect multiple subdomains.
Extended Validation Certificate
The Extended Validation (EV) Certificate not only proves domain ownership but likewise validates the organization. It shows that the business is legitimate and displays the business name in the green address bar. EV certificates are more expensive and takes a longer processing for approval (they require a “snail mail” validation of your actual address and submission of legal documents). SSL certificates require the assignment of a dedicated IP number for validation and must not be shared with any other domain website.
Here are the rates of our SSL Certificates: