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Learning How to install a Wildcard SSL certificate in WHM and Common Compatibility Errors

Last decade has seen a phenomenal growth in the usage of Internet. Accepted round the globe unanimously with wide arms, Internet has now become a part of everyone’s daily life. Everybody is now online, and in more ways than one would’ve imagined. People use Internet for checking news, keeping a tab on their favorite sports, listening music, watching movies, professional conversations, interacting with new people, online shopping etc.

Online shopping is easy, ubiquitous, provides a broad range of options to choose from, and most importantly saves time. Businesses now realize the importance of being online, and most of them have websites showcasing and selling their products. But it isn’t that easy to turn a visitor on your website into a customer.

Netizens today are smart and well aware of the security threats online that can jeopardize their confidential data. They need assurance that you are genuine, your website is genuine and most importantly that you’ve proper security system in place to ensure the safety of their confidential information like credit card details, personal details, transaction info, etc.

A majority of online businesses hence use SSL certificates to reflect their reliability. SSL certificates not only secure the online transactions but are also visible proof that the particular website that showcases them is genuine, secure and reliable. But SSLs can be expensive at times.

Say your website has multiple sub-domains, such as yourwebsite.com, blog.yourwebsite.com, login.yourwebsite.com etc. A conventional SSL certificate will only secure one of these domains; to secure others, you’ll have to buy multiple SSLs, which will be capital intensive. If a potential customer visits blog.yourwebsite.com instead of yourwebsite.com and his browser warns him that this page is probably not secure, he might back off.

This is where WildCard SSLs come into the picture. A single WildCard SSL can protect multiple sub-domains on a single server and IP address, thus providing you both convenience (as you don’t need to administer several separate SSL Certificates for each sub-domain) and affordability.

WildCard SSL Certificate provide the same stringent level of security, as they hold the same encryption and decryption technology as other conventional certificates. All you need to do to secure multiple domains with WildCard SSLs is that at the time of installation, just add an asterisk (*) in the subdomain area of the common name, which you want to be protected. For instance, if you configure *.yourwebsite.com, you can secure www.yourwebsite.com, photos.yourwebsite.com, blog.yourwebsite.com, payment.yourwebsite.com and so on. The * hence represents the wildcard part of the SSL certificate. * can be any sub domain that you want to secure with the same base domain.

For a detailed idea of how WildCard SSLs work, please refer to my previous post.

How to Install a Wildcard SSL certificate in WHM

  • Login to your Web Host Manager (WHM) control panel.
  • Go to the left menu and click on ‘Install a SSL Certificate and Setup the Domain’.
  • Now Copy and paste the contents of your WildCard SSL Certificate (yourwebsite.crt) into the first text area. Access the text version of your certificate by opening it with a text editor. Remember to include the BEGIN and END tags while copying and pasting the certificate.

    Copy Certificate to Notepad and include the BEGIN and END tags
    Copy Certificate to Notepad and include the BEGIN and END tags
  • Let the rest of the text areas to be automatically filled.
  • Double check that the SSL key and CA bundle are accurate.
  • Now change the WildCard domain name to match the actual account domain name.
  • Ensure that the username and IP address match the actual account involved.

Common Compatibility Errors with WildCard SSL Certificates
While most of of the platforms and devices are thoroughly compatible with WildCard SSLs, there are some which might have issues. For eg. if a certificate isn’t trusted by a customer’s mobile browser, he/she may face compatibility issues on his mobile device. This particular error is rife with old Windows Mobile 5 devices.

In addition, Microsoft Office Communication Server, Microsoft Lync Server and Oracle Wallet Manager do not accept wildcards. Likewise, there are some outdated and ‘Basic’ versions of browsers that don’t support a “Certificate Request”, thus making the certificate look invalid due to lack of verification.

The only way to prevent such unfortunate errors is to purchase WildCard SSL from a trusted provider of WildCard SSL Certificates that issues a certificate which most users’ browser can rely on.

Wrapping things up!
As already mentioned, WildCard SSL is a great product which gets rid of individualized costs and provides easier web security administration in a cost-effective manner. However they too have their own share of limitations, one of them being the compatibility issue mentioned above. IT Professionals and Web Security Experts should hence carefully gauge which domains and sub-domains they want to protect and the effectiveness of the WildCard SSL Certificate in protecting them to reap the benefits properly.

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Understanding HTTPS, Types of SSL Certificates and Installing a SSL certificate for Microsoft Exchange 2007

With security risks becoming increasingly rife in the Internet, SSL has become a vital entity to ensure the protection of the organizations. SSL, basically, is a security protocol designed to ensure the authenticity of a website’s integrity and the website’s content.

Now, what SSL does is that it encrypts the data being transmitted between the source and destination, of course, after a secure connection is established between them. Websites involving money transactions and membership procedures, secured with SSL, are protected from cyber crimes very effectively and smoothly.

Ok, SSL protects your websites. So far, so good. But how do visitors or customers of a particular website confirm that it is secured and its safe for them to share their data here?

After having a SSL installed on your website, your URL changes from HTTP to HTTPS. This ‘HTTPS’ in the URL confirms the presence of the SSL security. HTTPS helps you keep hackers away from your website by covering up users’ confidential data from the rest of the world. The video below will help you get better hold of the idea:

Over the years, SSL has undergone many changes like: previously SSL was able to provide just 40 bit of encryption which has now been extended to 256-bit level along with 2048 bit level encryption future proof certificates.

Now there are various types of SSL certificates available. Before going deep down into types of SSL certificates and their uses I would like to tell you that SSL certificates are issued and signed by a trusted third party called Certificate Authority (CA).

Categories of SSL Certificates:

  • Free SSL: Many web hosting companies provide free SSL. If the data on your website is not of utmost importance, you can think of getting this kind of SSL. Else, its a total no-no.
  • Shared SSL: Websites having this kind of SSL act as sub domains of the main web hosting provider and hence share the SSL certificates. What it means is that the shared SSL will not display your domain name but instead your web hosting provider’s.You can use shared SSL certificate in situations where you need secure connection to a server that is not typically seen by the general public. For example, when logging into the administration area of your website.If you own an e-commerce website, a shared SSL is a strict no-no because visitors expect to see your domain in the URL, which as already explained, shared SSL does not display. And if you attempt to use your domain name with the shared certificate, your website may or may not work. Even if it does, the visitors will see the shared SSL warnings (please see the figure below) which will most likely put them off, and they won’t share their credit card or any other confidential with you.
  • Dedicated SSL: Dedicated SSL, for dedicated hosting plans allow customers to choose their domain names. This type of SSL certificates, though costly, are the best ones when it comes to the fulfillment of fully fledged security needs.Ideal for situations when the general public needs to access your website, Dedicated SSLs are the best option for protecting credit card information for e-commerce websites, since customers see your domain name in the URL instead of web hosting provider’s, making them feel comfortable while their data.
A likely occurrence if you use a Free SSL Certificate


Types of SSL Certificates:

Along with the above categories, SSL certificates depending upon the needs can be differentiated into following types:

  • Domain Validation or DV SSL: These types of SSL certificates secure the domain validity of a particular website. Here, the contact info of the website is detailed in the WHOIS database of the website’s domain.
  • Organization Validation or OV SSL: OV SSL, as the name suggests, ensures the authenticity of the website’s business organization along with its physical know how and other web addresses.
  • Extended Validation or EV SSL: Most complex and trusted security validation, EV SSL provides the enhanced authenticity to a particular website/organization. EV SSL shows its uniqueness by changing the color of the website’s address bar in to green.
Different types of SSL Certificate validation


Installing a SSL certificate for Microsoft Exchange 2007:

As far as the installation of SSL certificates is concerned, Microsoft Exchange is the foremost difficult one to be tackled with. Difficult because it demands a great level of case sensitivity as it demands each and every element of information to be entered exactly as it is.

First of all, drag the Microsoft Exchange 2007 program and create a request for the Exchange 2007 certificate, using the Certificate Request Generating tool online. After this, import the Microsoft Exchange 2007 certificate by actually downloading the certificate.cer and copy the certificate’s thumbprint.

After the completion of the above steps, you just need to enable it via a command:

Enable-Exchange Certificate-Thumbprint <thumbprint>-Services “SMTP”, “IIS”

This will enable OW, auto discover and SMTP security. If you want to modify/change the commands for the POP, IMAP, UM or IIS, you can do that. Also make sure that you always check for the SSL certificates updates to avoid the SSL disturbances and expiry dates.

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A list of Frequently Asked Questions about WildCard SSL Certificates answered by RapidSSLonline

A WildCard SSL certificate has many advantages over a conventional SSL certificate, the most important one being it’s ability to secure not only your website URL, but also an unlimited number of its subdomains. Needless to say, a product with such benefits does attract interest of a large pool of customers.

At RapidSSLOnline, a Certificate Authority of a wide range of brands such as VeriSign (Now Symantec), GeoTrust, Thawte, and RapidSSL, we come across a lot of such customers on a daily basis, who are curious about this product, and have a variety of questions to ask before making a decision to buy it. And hence this post.

A follow up to my last article, which provided a brief overview of WildCard SSLs, this one aims to address most frequently asked questions on the web about the same and clears air about WildCard SSL security and how it works to protect small and wide level e-Commerce business over the web.

WildCard SSL multiple sub domains SECURITYWhat is a WildCard SSL Certificate?
WildCard SSL Certificate holds the same encryption and decryption technology, which protects user’s confidential information while transferring it on the web, and additionally, it protects multiple sub domains on a single server and IP address. Every Wildcard begins with an asterisk * or “star”. The star represents the wildcard part of the SSL certificate. The star can be any sub domain that shares the same base domain.

Which level of businesses need WildCard SSL security?
It is a highly recommended SSL security solution to medium and wide level e-Commerce websites.

What strength of encryption does WildCard Certificate hold?
It holds the advanced 256 bit encryption strength for single and multiple sub domains protection.

What level of security is included in WildCard Security SSL?
It protects a Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) and Sub Domains on a Single Server and IP address.

Which brand’s WildCard SSL security holds an unlimited server license?
RapidSSL and GeoTrust. These are two major brands whose WildCard SSL certificate security holds an unlimited server license.

What is the issuance time of WildCard SSL security certificate?
It can be issued within few minutes for a single Domain Name.

What all web browsers are compatible with a WildCard SSL certificate?
Here is a list of web browsers most compatible with WildCard Cert.

  • IE 5+, 6+, 7+, 8+
  • Firefox 1+, 2+, 3+
  • Netscape 4+
  • Opera 7+
  • AOL 5+
  • Safari

What validation method does WildCard Certificate hold?
It holds a complete domain validation.

Does it include trust mark or site seal feature?
Yes! Its includes the trust mark or site seal feature, which is essential to gain trust and confidence of the users.

How does one generate WildCard SSL Certificate CSR for any web server?
It is the same process, which holds other Domain Validated SSL certificate CSR. However, during the WildCard SSL generation, the common name should be *.yourdomain.com. To get a better idea about WildCard SSL Certificate CSR generation, click here.

Is WildCard SSL security android validated?
Yes, it is an Android Validated SSL security.

What is the difference between EV SSL and WildCard SSL?
EV SSL certificate is a complete domain authentication which protects single qualified domain only on a single server and IP, whereas WildCard SSL is domain authenticated security, which protects sub domains and as well as main domains on single server and IP.

To see a list of Frequently Asked Questions about EV SSL Certificates, please click here.

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Importance of Website Security and Gaining Customer Trust through SSL Certificates

If there’s one major invention that can serve as a hallmark of technological innovation in the 21st century, it has to be the Internet. An absolute necessity, it’s a major part of day-to- day life of more than 73% of the adults today. And why not? It makes their life easier and more fluid. Working, shopping,banking, pursuing personal interests, healthcare, guidance, entertainment- you name it, any and everything can be done online today.

But, as the number of ways in which internet makes life easier are increasing day by day, so are online scams and frauds . There are various malicious individuals, who go through great pains for snooping your website to find weak areas or ‘loop holes’ which they can use to gain access to it. Once they gain access to your website, it’s not only you who is affected; your website users/visitors who have their personal information like contacts, bank details, passwords stored with you also become an unwilling victim of this cyber-crime.

And here’s the thing, customers these days are tech-savvy and they’re well aware of the potential security risks of visiting a website that doesn’t look safe. To share their data with you, or to do business with you, they need assurance that you’ve all proper security systems in place to ensure the safety of their data. So if you haven’t taken proper steps till now to put forth your website as reliable and trustworthy, now is the time to change your game plan.

Importance of website security

Your website, if not protected could be vulnerable to some serious threats like-

  • Mal-ware attack: – Mal-ware attacks include attacks from several viruses (Trojan horses, root kits & worms). Once your website gets attacked by a malware, it gets blacklisted. A user, thus, on visiting your website will get a warning from his/her website that your website isn’t the best place to hang around and just like that, you’ve lost a potential customer.
  • Phishing of websites: – In phishing, you may receive an e-mail or message that looks safe because it is in the name of the an established company or service provider. But when you click on it, you lose all your sensitive data such as credit card details, social security numbers, contact details, passwords and so on.
  • Virus attacks: – In addition to securing your website from cyber-crimes, you should also secure your website against virus attacks by installing proper antivirus in your system. Sources of virus could be e-mails, other websites or your device (PC/laptop).
  • Spying or sniffing of the data: – Sniffing can be defined as an act of tracking the network traffic for data such as configuration information and passwords.
  • Hijacking of session: – With the development of new plug-ins like “Fire-sheep”, hijacking of a session has become ridiculously easy. Fire-sheep finds unsecured Wi-Fi connections over the network and steals unsecured cookies. As soon as anyone visits an insecure website, they become visible to the Fire-sheep and their accounts are hijacked.

Customers and website securityA nicely designed website with desired and multiple payment options is thus not enough for an e-commerce business. According to an estimation, 54% of people avoid visiting sites which are not properly secured. So in this day and age when even a slightest hint of unsafety can put users off your website, how do you tell them that your website is secure and reliable, and they can share their information with you without any safety concerns?

Installing an SSL certificate can be a good start, because what’s better than the user’s browser himself telling that this website has been thoroughly tested and authenticated by a trusted security provider and your online transactions, emails and passwords, will be safe here?

SSL Certificates and Online Security
Secure Socket Layer, widely known as SSL is a security protocol similar to that of HTTPS. It acts as a digital passport, and checks whether transmission of data over a network is secure or not by verifying the identity of both, the client as well as the server. After the said check, an SSL certificate provides your website a particular site seal, which shows that the visitors that your it is secured and it is safe to do business with you.

In order to secure your website with SSL protocol, you need to purchase proper SSL certificate products. SSL certificates are digital certificates that are accredited by CA. Certificate authority (CA) is the main authorized center that issues SSL and other digital certificates.

Please note that it is very important that you choose the right SSL certificate for your business, as there are hundreds of options available, and every business has its own unique requirement. Consult your technical staff or website hosting providers or authorized SSL certificate providers like Cheap SSL Shop – www.cheapsslshop.com, who can suggest you an SSL certificate that is perfect for your business and provide it at a nominal and highly-discounted price.

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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.

Was this guide helpful? Have I missed something? Please share in the comments section below.

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Frequently Asked Questions about EV SSL Certificates answered by RapidSSLonline

RapidSSLonline, an SSL security specialist, addresses some valuable questions and answers, which according to them are most frequently asked on the web.

What is an EV SSL Certificate Security?
EV SSL or Extended Validation SSL certificate is one of the most toughest and trusted SSL certificates, which is especially produced to protect wide level e-Business web servers and their users’ information, while it is being transferred between web browsers and servers.

What type of validation does an EV SSL certificate contain?
An EV SSL certificate issued  to any web organization contains complete Domain and Business Authentication details.

What are some major advantages Extended Validation SSL certificate has when compared to a Standard SSL?
One of the greatest advantages of obtaining an EV SSL certificate is getting the green address bar status, which immediately alerts consumers that the site they are visiting offers the highest level of security.

Extended validation certificates offer online businesses the highest level of encryption, generally between 128-256 bit encryption. This ensures that all data transmissions are encrypted to the maximum, with virtually no chance of sensitive information falling into the hands of a third party.

What is a Legal Opinion Letter of EV Certificate?
It is a professional opinion letter from Certified or Licensed Attorney for Extended Validation SSL certificate issuance. All major Certificate Authorities such as Symantec, GeoTrust, and Thawte require Legal Opinion Letter before EV issuance to any organization.

What encryption level does EV SSL contain?
EV has the toughest protection encryption such as 256 bit with 2048 bit CSR key generation.

How much time is needed for issuance of an EV SSL certificate?
It needs 10 to 15 business days for issuance of an EV SSL certificate.

What all web browsers are compatible with an Extended Validation SSL Certificate?
Here is the list of web browsers, which are the most compatible to EV cert.

  • Firefox 1+, 2+, 3+
  • IE 5+, 6+, 7+, 8+
  • Netscape 4+
  • Opera 7+
  • AOL 5+
  • Safari

How much warranty amount does an  EV SSL certificate contain?
An EV SSL certificate contains  a minimum of $500,000 and maximum of $1,500,000 warranty.

Does EV security support mobile devices?
Yes it does! Secure site pro with EV security from Symantec supports mobile devices, which is also the toughest security solution on the web.

What is the difference between EV SSL and WildCard SSL?
EV SSL certificate is a complete domain authentication which protects single qualified domain only on a single server and IP, whereas  WildCard SSL is domain authenticated security, which protects sub domains and as well as main domains on single server and IP.

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Why EV SSL Certificates are the Way to Go When Needing an SSL Solution

Are you managing an online web store? Consumers are now shopping online more than ever, learn how consumers decide who to trust before entering their credit card details.

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An Infographic- How do Certification Authorities Issue SSL Certificates?

This Infographic sheds light on the steps taken by Certification Authorities for issuing the  green padlock and “https”.  Also included is information regarding  how a browser confirms the relevancy of an SSL certificate and the displays warning  for the websites which do not contain one.  You can learn more about SSL certificates and their working here and here.How do Certification Authorities Issue SSL Certificates?

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Green Address Bar SSL- A Secret of Online Success

While SSL certificates are the current gold standard for online businesses and e-commerce websites, many people remain unaware that there are a number of different types of these certificates. In fact, there are a few different SSL certificates available to these online business sites, with the extended validation (EV) SSL certificate providing the highest level of online security.

Green Address Bar SSL- A Secret of Online Success

The security capabilities of a SSL certificate are directly related to the level of encryption used. Extended validation certificates offer online businesses the highest level of encryption, generally between 128-256 bit encryption. This ensures that all data transmissions are encrypted to the maximum, with virtually no chance of sensitive information falling into the hands of a third party.

One of the greatest advantages of obtaining an EV SSL certificate is getting the green address bar status, which immediately alerts consumers that the site they are visiting offers the highest level of security. The video below will help you get a better hold of the idea:

The main advantage of an EV SSL Certificate is “Trust & highest assurance” to your customers as an SSL certificate authority conducts strong business validation for issuing EV SSL Certificates. EV certificates offer the highest data encryption and browser compatibility. They supply complete business information of the entity along with business name, locality, contact info and the validating certificate authority name. This increases a potential customer’s confidence and makes it more likely that they do business on that particular site. It also increases conversions online. Below are the images showing that how your website address bar will become different in all major browsers if your website carries an EV SSL Certificate.

The EV SSL certificate not only actively combats phishing attacks, but also increases consumer trust, reduces shopping cart abandonment and helps build a business’s long-term revenue. While all SSL certificates provide encryption, the EV SSL certificate provides the ultimate online security and significantly boosts consumer confidence. The green address bar is the ultimate internet standard for online businesses, book bloggers in India, and e-commerce sites.

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James Labonte, is a Retail Director at The SSL Store™.The SSL Store™ is an one of the largest SSL Certificate Providers in the World & authorized platinum partner of Symantec. You can reach James on Google+, Twitter and Facebook.

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Eukhost Announces SSL Certificates on Monthly Billing Term

eUKhost Ltd. has announced the provision of SSL Certificates on a monthly billing considering the stringent IT budgets that most companies face these days. The flexibility to pay on a monthly basis would not only reduce the overhead costs but also allow users to utilize their resources effectively.

Feb 15, 2012 – Eukhost Ltd.(www.eukhost.com), a premium web hosting provider in the UK since 2001, announced the offering of SSL Certificates on monthly billing term with free malware monitoring. This update would allow users to safely transmit information over the web, keeping their budgets intact.

An SSL Certificate is a must have for an eCommerce website”, said the Technical Officer at Eukhost Ltd.

“SSL is an acronym for secure socket layer and a standard of security technology that helps in establishing an encrypted connection between a web server and a web browser. It ensures that the information being transferred between the web server and web browser remains private and secure. Ecommerce websites offer exciting opportunities, but nowadays a lot of Internet users report security issues and are concerned about integrity of their private data, especially the payment details due to the increasing risks associated with online transactions. So, in order to help our customers who are running on a tight budget, we decided to help them by offering this product on a monthly payment term and play our part of helping them have a safer experience over the web.”, he further added.

Eukhost Ltd. claims that this product is capable of serving users ranging from SME’s to large incorporations having an eCommerce business. The product comes with a Malware monitoring service which can detect injections before it can cause any damage to the website and further safeguard the data. The product can be availed irrespective of the web hosting service you choose, an SSL is installed on a server for a domain and it is compatible with both Linux as well as Windows platforms.

To know more about SSL Certificates , you can contact Eukhost via. various mediums such as Live Chat, email them at sales@eukhost.com or give a call at 0808 262 0255.

About Eukhost Ltd.

Eukhost Ltd. is a premium web hosting company in the UK offering Fully Managed Web Hosting services to consumers and enterprises of all sizes. The web hosting services include Shared, Reseller, Virtual Private Server (VPS), Semi-Dedicated, Cloud Hosting and Dedicated Servers based on Linux as well as Windows OS platforms. More information is available at www.eukhost.com.