Encryption. Authentication. Trust.

Technology Warehouse is an authorized reseller of leading certificate authorities and offers wide-range of SSLs at low cost which are specially designed for individual and enterprises to establish a secure environment in the age of the cyber world. Our core business is SSL that provides maximum security to the website, extended authentication to manage the business reputation and boost trust to encourage the customers with HTTPS.

Domain Validation

DV certificates are the most common type of SSL certificate. They are verified using only the domain name. Typically, the Certification Authority (CA) exchanges confirmation email with an address listed in the domain’s WHOIS record.

Alternatively, the CA provides a verification file which the owner places on the website to be protected. Either method confirms that the domain is controlled by the party requesting the certificate.

Organization Validation

OV certificates require more validation than DV certificates, but provide more trust. For this type, the Certification Authority (CA) will verify the actual business that is attempting to get the certificate (the information required for OV certificates).

The organization’s name is also listed in the certificate, giving added trust that both the website and the company are reputable. OVs are usually used by corporations, governments and other entities that want to provide an extra layer of confidence to their visitors.

Extended Validation

EV certificates provide the maximum amount of trust to visitors, and also require the most effort by the Certification Authority (CA) to validate. Per guidelines set by the CA/Browser Forum, extra documentation must be provided to issue an EV certificate (as described in EV SSL Requirements). As in the OV, the EV lists the company name in the certificate itself.

However, a fully validated EV certificate will also show the name of the company or organization in the address bar itself, and the address bar is displayed in green. This is an immediate, visual way that viewers can know that extra steps were taken to confirm the site they’re visiting – which is why most large companies and organizations choose EV certificates.

Key Features

Strongest Encryption to Secure Information

When the information makes a split-second pause before heading towards you, it becomes vulnerable to unauthorised third-party access. The SSL certificate adds random characters into the customer’s original information. Without the encryption key, the information is useless.

PCI (Payment Card Industry) compliance standards

If you want to securely process credit card payments with proper encryption, an SSL certificate will open the door to instant payments and higher profitability, because it inserts an industry standard 180-bits of encrpytion.

 

Customer confidence and trust

Your customers take a leap of faith when they shop on line. They expect your business to treat them honestly and provide value for the money they spend. Once they know that you’re a legitimate entity, they’re far more likely to do business with you or even revisit your site.

Ensures the information goes where it is intended

The SSL certificate acts as a “handshake” between communicating browsers. It shows your customers that your website is current and not a fake rendition looking to scam or bilk the customer out of payments. Look for the “S” after the “http” in the web address line. Also, there is a small “lock” image on the same line.

Boost ranking & increase brand value

Google updated its algorithm and added HTTPS as a ranking signal. If your website is secured with SSL certificate and web URL starts with a secure HTTPS protocol, then you will get the ranking advantage in search engines. When your site has signed by a trusted third party certificate, your customers are ensured that they are indeed on a valid and trusted site.

 

SSL certificates affirms your identity

When you want to install an SSL certificate, you must go through a validation process set by an independent third party called a Certificate Authority (CA). Depending on the type of certificate, the CA verifies the identity of you and your organization. Once you have proved your identity, your website gets trust indicators vouching for your integrity. When users see them, they know who they’re talking to.

Frequently asked questions

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