SSL CERTIFICATES

How SSL Certificates Work

  • A browser or server attempts to connect to a website (i.e. a web server) secured with SSL. The browser/server requests that the web server identify itself.
  • The web server sends the browser/server a copy of its SSL certificate.
  • The browser/server checks to see whether or not it trusts the SSL certificate. If so, it sends a message to the web server.
  • The web server sends back a digitally signed acknowledgement to start an SSL encrypted session.
  • Encrypted data is shared between the browser/server and the web server.

COMODO SSL CERTIFICATES

The largest CA in the world
Find out what makes Comodo the fastest growing player in the web security industry
Few brands in the web security industry can boast the kind of resume that Comodo has. With over 700,000 business customers and 85-million desktop security installations under its belt, Comodo has captured more than 40% of the market share and that figure continues to grow by the day. Privately owned and established in 1998, Comodo is aggressive and highly agile—capable of staying on the cutting edge of security trends. If your company is looking to find a perfect security solution to fit its needs, while also aligning itself with a brand name that People trust—you can’t go wrong with Comodo.

  • Domain Validation
  • Single Subdomains Secured
  • SSL encryption – up to 256-bit
  • 99% Browser Compatibility
  • Compatibility with Mobile device
  • Quick & Easy Installation
  • Auto Renewal Reminders

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GeoTrust SSL Certificate

GeoTrust – A Globally Trusted Name
Business-minded Security Solutions for any size company or organization
With more than 100,000 customers in over 150 countries, GeoTrust is trusted by businesses around the world—and with good reason. Since the company reset in 2001, it has had a laser-sharp focus on providing business-class encryption solutions to companies of all sizes—from small businesses to large enterprise-class ones. Its range of digital certificates allow companies to cost-effectively maximize security while also aligning themselves with a highly-trusted web security brand.

 

  • Domain Validation
  • Single Subdomains Secured
  • SSL encryption – up to 256-bit
  • 99% Browser Compatibility
  • Compatibility with Mobile device
  • Quick & Easy Installation
  • Auto Renewal Reminders

KES 2,000 Only

Internet Security and Secure Online Transactions

As companies and organizations offer more online services and transactions, internet security becomes both a priority and a necessity of their online transactions to ensure that sensitive information – such as a credit card number – is only being transmitted to legitimate online businesses.

In order to keep customer information private and secure, companies and organizations need to add SSL certificates to their websites to enable secure online transactions.

What are SSL Certificates and Why do I Need Them?

SSL certificates are an essential component of the data encryption process that make internet transactions secure. They are digital passports that provide authentication to protect the confidentiality and integrity of website communication with browsers.

The SSL certificate’s job is to initiate secure sessions with the user’s browser via the secure sockets layer (SSL) protocol. This secure connection cannot be established without the SSL certificate, which digitally connects company information to a cryptographic key.

Any organization that engages in ecommerce must have an SSL certificate on its web server to ensure the safety of customer and company information, as well as the security of financial transactions.