Customers prefer a secure website, so too does Google - without a valid SSL, Chrome will mark your website as "Not Secure".
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An SSL certificate will allow you to keep your clients interactions with your website private.
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Almost every web browser in the world is supported by our SSL products, this includes mobile browsers.
Instill confidence in your customers and visitors by clearly displaying the green padlock icon within their browser.
Do business with confidence. Liability insurance protects you and your customers should there be an issue with your certificate.
Get started quickly and easily with our speedy SSL issuance, most SSL orders are approved within 24 hours, with some in minutes.
Keep data safe, with our 256bit encryption as standard which ensures your transactions and all sensitive information is kept safe.
If you run into trouble, our UK based technical support teams are here for you, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 365 days a year.
When you buy SSL, you're actually buying a certificate - a small data file that digitally binds a cryptographic key to your business' online details. When installed, it secures the connections from a web server to a web browser.
This is issued by a trusted authority who will go through the necessary vetting to identify you, your site or your business and ensue you are who you claim. When you're approved, you can install this certificate onto your domain name and encrypt the pages on your website.
As you can imagine, the proportion of people using browsers that aren't compatible with our SSL certificates is tiny, and because our certificates are industry standard, every other provider will have the same compatability rate.
The green padlock and green bar have become industry standard and law enforcement officials advise all end users to look out for the padlock when they are making any purchase online or registering an account.