SSL Certification in Four Easy Steps

After you purchase an SSL certificate, it needs to be activated. After activation, you’ll receive
installation instructions. From that point, you can manage your certificate in the Namecheap Account Panel.
Buy It

Begin by purchasing the right SSL certificate for your needs. Choose from the three types listed above.

Activate It

You’ll be able to activate your SSL certificate from the Account Panel immediately after purchase

Install It

You will receive instructions on how to install your SSL certificate once it has been validated and issued.

Manage It

You may manage your SSL certificates (including renewal and reissuance) in your Account Panel.

Choose SSL Certificate Plans

POSITIVE SSL
₹1500/year
  • Domain Validation
  • 1 Domain
  • Free additional server licenses
  • Issued within 2 days
  • $50,000 warranty level
COMODO SSL
₹2599/month
  • Domain Validation
  • 1 Domain
  • Free additional server licenses
  • Issued within 2 days
  • $250,000 warranty level
ESSENTIALS WILDCARD
₹4599/month
  • Domain validation
  • Unlimited Sub-domains
  • Free additional server licenses
  • Issued within 2 days
  • $10000 warranty level

How SSL Work

An SSL certificate creates a secure digital tunnel that blocks hackers and thieves
from seeing usernames, passwords, credit cards numbers and other valuable data.
First, SSL Handshake

The process of establishing a secure connection is referred to as an ‘SSL handshake.’. The SSL agreement include server verification process and transfer of keys. When your customer visits your SSL protected site, the SSL Certificate creates an encrypted connection with their browser. SSL certificates create an encrypted connection and establish trust. ... SSL certificates have a key pair: a public and a private key. These keys work together to establish an encrypted connection.

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PADLOCK IN ADDRESS BAR

The padlock, typically green, indicates the page is secure. Most commonly, when viewing a secure website, the Site Identity button will be a gray padlock. On secure encryption, a padlock icon will appear in your customers web browser to notify them their connection is secure. It is a simple visual queue to the end user they can submit sensitive information to your server. This is because the site uses HTTPS, which requires a security certificate, enabling encryption.Certificates are issued once the site owner's identity has be validated.

YOUR WEBSITE IS SECURE!

website with an SSL certificate is not necessarily a “secure” website. SSL encrypts the data sent between the visitor and web server but does not actually protect the website itself from hackers. There is more to it website owners need to understand if they want a truly secure website. With Comodo certificates the information passed to and from your website are provided upto 128/256-bit encryption.

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Why Go With Saras for SSL Certificate

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Safe online payment system

Give customers the payment options they prefer – and keep them shopping through checkout. To do that safely and securely

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Increased SEO ranking

Search engines heavily favor https-encrypted websites and will push them higher in search results.

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Safe and Trusty

Blindly trust us because we give the world best ssl certificate to protect your confidential data. Your site will be safe as long as you will work with us.

FAQ for SSL Certificate

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What are the benefits of having an SSL certificat?

An SSL certificate protects your customers' sensitive information such as their name, address, password, or credit card number by encrypting the data during transmission from their computer to your web server.

2
How will people know my website is safe?

When a visitor enters an SSL-protected page on your website, their browser bar displays a padlock icon and the https:// prefix in the URL address

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What is an ssl certificate

An SSL certificate provides security to your website by safeguarding and encrypting the communications between the server and the person visiting your website.

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What is an ssl certificate used for ?

For securing the confidential information you are dealing with while it is accessed through the web. The most common reason is to secure the credit card payments done on your website