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ZNetLive Announces “Two for One” SSL Deal, Offers SSL for 2 years at the price of 1 year

Web Hosting solutions provider ZNetLive today announced a “Two for One” SSL Deal, offering a discount of 50% on its wide range of SSL certificates, if ordered for a period of 2 years. As per the offer, customers can buy SSL certificates from ZNetLive for 2 years at the price of just one year. The said offer ends on 30th April 2013.

“ZNetLive provides a wide range of hosting Solutions and our SSL services are a major part of it,” says Mr. Munesh Jadoun, CEO, ZNetLive. “This new offer takes our SSL services to the next level by letting customers secure their websites at the lowest pricing industry has ever seen,” he added.

ZNetLive provides a wide range of hosting Solutions and our SSL services are a major part of it. This new offer takes our SSL services to the next level by letting customers secure their websites at the lowest pricing industry has ever seen.
Munesh Jadoun, CEO, ZNet.Mr. Munesh Jadoun, CEO, ZNet.

ZnetLive offers ExtendedSSL, OrganizationSSL and DomainSSL annually priced at INR 60209, 15769 and 12099 respectively. Under the “Two for One” offer, all three certificates will be available at a discounted price of INR 38709, 8779 and 6719 respectively till 30th April 2013.

All of the SSL Certificates come with:

  • SSL Encryption Strength (minimum 128 bit to 256 bit)
  • 2048 bit Future Proof Issuing Authority
  • Clickable GlobalSign Secure Site Seal
  • Universal Browser and Mobile Device Compatibility
  • Unlimited SSL Server Licensing
  • Unlimited Reissuances & Replacements
  • Unified Communications Subject Alternative Names (SANs)
  • Secure both www and non www versions of a domain
  • Underwritten Warranty ($1.5 million for ExtendedSSL, $1.25 million for OrganizationSSL and $10k for DomainSSL)
  • Malware Detection Service
  • Phishing Alert Service
  • Free Tech Support by Telephone, Email & Web
  • Site Checker Installation Verification

For more details, please visit znetlive.com/ssl/globalsign.

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Web Hosting provider Site5 partners with Comodo to offer SSL Certificates

We wanted to make sure we offered the right products at the right time in a manner that was easy for our customers to understand, purchase, and deploy. We strongly believe we have done that, and the response has been overwhelming.
Tom Sepper, COO, Site5.
Tom Sepper, Chief Operating Officer, Site5

Web Hosting provider Site5 now offers SSL Certificates in partnership with the online security firm Comodo. The SSL certificates offered include Comodo PositiveSSL, Comodo PositiveSSL Wildcard, and Comodo EV SSL and are available for free installation to existing customers through Site5’s Backstage account management platform.

Each of the above mentioned certificate include 128/256 bit encryption, unlimited reissuances, a free site seal, fast activation and by default 4096-bit RSA keys. The increased key length improves the security of encrypted communications. In addition to 4096-bit, 2048-bit and 1024-bit keys are also available to customers.

“Our customers have been asking Site5 to offer SSL certificates for some time. They trust us and we do not take that trust lightly. So we wanted to make sure we offered the right products at the right time in a manner that was easy for our customers to understand, purchase, and deploy. We strongly believe we have done that, and the response has been overwhelming,” said Tom Sepper, Chief Operating Officer, Site5.

Site5 offers a wide range of hosting services, including shared, reseller, cloud, and VPS hosting. Every web hosting plan offered by Site5 includes free website migration to Site5, nightly backups, the Backstage account management platform, SiteAdmin, and Easy Website Builder software with a 99.9% uptime guarantee, a 30-Day free trial, and a 45-Day Money Back guarantee.

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How to Install an SSL Certificate on Internet Information Services (IIS) – 9 Easy Steps Tutorial

Installing an SSL Certificate on IIS (Internet Information Services) is not a daunting task for those who aren’t technically sound or have a detailed idea about it. This tutorial will guide you through the complete process of SSL certificate installation on different versions of IIS.

SSL Overview

Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Certificates secure the customer’s information worldwide through state-of-the-art encryption methods. At the time of writing this article, there are an almost infinite number of websites using different types of SSL Certificates from a variety of brands in order to protect their customer’s privacy. SSL Certificates are specifically used to encrypt customer information as it travels between a browser and web server. Through SSL Certificates websites gain the genuine trust of their customers as they are assured that their data will be secured. While the purpose of SSL Certificates ultimately remains the same there are some minor differences in the installation process often between the different types of servers and SSL Certificates out there. Prior to installation it’s of the utmost importance that one meets the server requirement (have a server available and know what kind) as well as have a dedicated IP address.

The following are 9 Essential Steps to Install an SSL Certificates on an IISx:

Step 1:

When installing an SSL Certificate the first step is to generate the Certificate Signing Request (CSR) through your Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager. After generating the CSR you must then submit it to a Certificate Authority (CA). The site administrator may be able to obtain the certificate directly; otherwise they must contact the web host to gain access to the certificate. Once the CSR File is created and obtained, the file containing the certificate must be opened then saved to the proper server under the new name “Your Web Site.csr”. This file is an encrypted document that contains the information related to the SSL Certificate.

Step 2:

Select the “Start >> Administrator Tools >> Internet Information Service (IIS) Manager” and then simply proceed to left-click on the server’s name.
How to install SSL Certificate on IIS

Step 3:

After you have completed all the steps above find the “security” section from the server’s menu. Select the “server certificates” menu button. Left-click on the “complete certificate request” menu option, which then launches the Certificate Wizard. Continue to install the certificate, and don’t worry if it at all sounds complicated since the wizard performs the majority of the work. When prompted, select the .cer file saved to the server during “Step 1” and enter the requested name that refers to the certificate located on the server.Guide for SSL Certificate Installation on IIS 7 Web Server

Step 4:

Click the “OK” button to complete the request. This point of the installation is complete and the certificate is successfully installed. After installation of certificate on the server, assign Certificate to the appropriate website using IIS.Assigning SSL Certificate to the appropriate website using IIS

Step 5:

To Assign the certificate to the appropriate website:

Select “IIS >> Connections”, select the name of the server to which the certificate was installed and under “Sites”, select the site to be secured with SSL.

Step 6:

Right click on “Bindings” from the “Actions” menu.
How to SSL Certificate on IIS – 9 Easy Steps
Step 7:

In “Site Binding” click on “Add”, this will open the “Add Web Site Binding” window.

SSL Certificate Installation on IIS 7 Web Server

Step 8:

Select https under “Type”. The IP Address should be the IP address of the website, or it should be default as “All unassigned”. The port is usually 443, by which traffic will be secured by SSL.
SSL installation guide

Step 9:

Click “Ok”, and you must restart the IIS to complete this operation.
SSL Certificate Installation on IIS 7 Web Server
Now that the installation of the SSL Certificate has been completed your website is completely ready to provide encrypted security to your virtual customers.

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