ROOT64 SSL Certificates are small data files that digitally bind a cryptographic key to an organisation's details. When installed on a web server, it activates the padlock and the https protocol (over port 443) and allows secure connections from a web server to a browser.

SSL is the backbone of our secure Internet and it protects your sensitive information as it travels across the world. It keeps the Internet from being ruled by anarchists and criminals and provides many direct benefits to you and your customers.

Please go through pricing table below

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SSL CERTIFICAT

$30/Year

    Features

  • Yearly Price $ 30
  • Single Root Certificate - Easy to Install
  • The Lowest Cost Single Root Certificate
  • FREE24/7/365 SSL Issuance
  • No Setup Fee
  • Online Validation - No Paperwork
  • No Money Back Guarantee
  • 99% Browser Recognition
  • Free Secured by "Site Seal"
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SSL CERTIFICAT & Dedicated IP

$54/Year

    Features

  • Yearly SSL Price $ 30
  • Yearly Dedicated IP Price $ 24
  • Single Root Certificate - Easy to Install
  • The Lowest Cost Single Root Certificate
  • FREE24/7/365 SSL Issuance
  • No Setup Fee
  • Online Validation - No Paperwork
  • No Money Back Guarantee
  • 99% Browser Recognition
  • Free Secured by "Site Seal"
  • Shine Your Web Site With Us

Dedicated IP

$24/Year

  • Yearly Dedicated IP Price $ 24
  • No Setup Fee
  • No Money Back Guarantee

3rd Party SSL Installation

$18.99

  • No Money Back Guarantee
  • ONE time FEE

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Pre Sales Question

The primary reason why SSL is used is to keep sensitive information sent across the Internet encrypted so that only the intended recipient can understand it. This is important because the information you send on the Internet is passed from computer to computer to get to the destination server. Any computer in between you and the server can see your credit card numbers, usernames and passwords, and other sensitive information if it is not encrypted with an SSL certificate. When an SSL certificate is used, the information becomes unreadable to everyone except for the server you are sending the information to. This protects it from hackers and identity thieves.

A phishing email is an email sent by a criminal who tries to impersonate your website. The email usually includes a link to their own website or uses a man-in-the-middle attack to use your own domain name. Because it is very difficult for these criminals to receive a proper SSL certificate, they won’t be able to perfectly impersonate your site. This means that your users will be far less likely to fall for a phishing attack because they will be looking for the trust indicators in their browser, such as a green address bar, and they won’t see it.

Web browsers give visual cues, such as a lock icon or a green bar, to make sure visitors know when their connection is secured. This means that they will trust your website more when they see these cues and will be more likely to buy from you. SSL providers will also give you a trust seal that instills more trust in your customers.

Trusted SSL providers will only issue an SSL certificate to a verified company that has gone through several identity checks. Certain types of SSL certificates, like EV SSL Certificates, require more validation than others. How do you know if an SSL provider is trusted? You can use our SSL Wizard to compare SSL providers(link) that are included in most web browsers. Web browser manufactures verify that SSL providers are following specific practices and have been audited by a third-party using a standard such as WebTrust.

A CSR or Certificate Signing request is a block of encrypted text that is generated on the server that the certificate will be used on. It contains information that will be included in your certificate such as your organization name, common name (domain name), locality, and country. It also contains the public key that will be included in your certificate. A private key is usually created at the same time that you create the CSR.

Common Name EXAMPLES google.com OR www.google.com The fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of your server. This must match exactly what you type in your web browser or you will receive a name mismatch error.

Organization EXAMPLES Google Inc. The legal name of your organization. This should not be abbreviated and should include suffixes such as Inc, Corp, or LLC.

Organizational Unit EXAMPLES Information Technology IT Department The division of your organization handling the certificate.

City/Locality EXAMPLES Mountain View The city where your organization is located.

State/County/Region EXAMPLES California The state/region where your organization is located. This shouldn't be abbreviated.

Country EXAMPLES US GB The two-letter ISO code for the country where your organization is location.

Email address EXAMPLES webmaster@google.com An email address used to contact your organization.

Public Key EXAMPLES The public key is created automatically The public key that will go into the certificate.

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