What type of SSL certificate do I need?

  • Domain Validated Certificates

    You need a certificate like this, if your website' s visitors visit a secure area in your site. Such a certificate is directly connected your site's domain and shows your visitors that they are in proper location. It is the appropriate certificate for websites through which commercial transactions are conducted trade or in cases requiring secure communication between a website and its visitors. Such certificates you will find in IP.GR' s website, at the best prices.

  • Organization Validated Certificates

    These certificates are similar to the domain validated certificates, however, require additional information to verify the identity of your business. The biggest advantage of using such a certificate is the way in which your site appears in the browser of the visitor. Better certification means more security, so visitors of your site will show more confidence in your website and in your business and you choose you for their purchases.

  • Extended Validation Certificates

    EV Certificates provide secure connections, verify the identity of a company and help prevent on line fraud through a series of checks and verifications. These certificates are designed to provide a higher level of security to a site's visitors, providing precise information on the identity of the company behind this website.

  • Wildcard Certificates

    A Wildcard Certificate enables encryption over SSL for unlimited sub domains of a domain, with a single certificate. All sub domains should be located under the same second-level domain (as for instance the domain

  • Multi-Domain Certificates

    Have more than one domains and want to secure them all with a single certificate? Choose a multi domain certificate and protect them all under a single management!

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