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May 21, 2014, 11:43:24 AM
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SSLMatrix.com is the lowest price SSL Store where you can get top CAs SSL Certificate. We are reseller of top CAs such as RapidSSL, GeoTrust, Thawte and Symantec.

Our prices starts for top CAs Certificate are listed below :

  • RapidSSL Certificate - Starts from $8/yr
  • GeoTrust SSL Certificate - Starts from $39/yr
  • Thawte SSL Certificate - Starts from $33/yr
  • Symantec SSL Certificate - Starts from $249/yr

Check our prices from here sslmatrix.com/ssl-brands
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May 21, 2014, 11:45:44 AM
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Please explain how I purchased a SSL certificate that works perfectly fine for $3?
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May 21, 2014, 11:54:53 AM
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Please explain how I purchased a SSL certificate that works perfectly fine for $3?

It may be different CA (Certificate Authority).
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May 21, 2014, 01:34:27 PM
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Please explain how I purchased a SSL certificate that works perfectly fine for $3?

It may be different CA (Certificate Authority).
Yes, and it works perfectly fine, and nobody is going to care about your certificate authority. Roll Eyes
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May 21, 2014, 02:36:21 PM
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StartSSL Class 1 Certicate is free, have a look at http://www.startssl.com/?app=40
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Yes, and it works perfectly fine, and nobody is going to care about your certificate authority. Roll Eyes

CA (Certificate Authority) matters for the people, to enhance their customer's trust level for the business.
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May 22, 2014, 06:31:29 AM
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StartSSL Class 1 Certicate is free, have a look at http://www.startssl.com/?app=40


If you want RapidSSL and GeoTrust SSL Certificate free trial for 30 days, then check out our page https://www.sslmatrix.com/free-ssl
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Yes, and it works perfectly fine, and nobody is going to care about your certificate authority. Roll Eyes

CA (Certificate Authority) matters for the people, to enhance their customer's trust level for the business.
No it doesn't, please cite your claim that CA influences consumer behavior. Anecdotally I have never took a remote interest in whatever CA a certificate was from, nor am I aware of anyone who does.
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May 22, 2014, 11:47:10 AM
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Yes, and it works perfectly fine, and nobody is going to care about your certificate authority. Roll Eyes

CA (Certificate Authority) matters for the people, to enhance their customer's trust level for the business.
No it doesn't, please cite your claim that CA influences consumer behavior. Anecdotally I have never took a remote interest in whatever CA a certificate was from, nor am I aware of anyone who does.

This resource http://abt.cm/1pfDRsW will help you to know 'how CAs enhance customer's trust'.

And if talking about which CA (Certificate Authority) or SSL Seal people trust the most in the last year then you should check this report http://[Suspicious link removed]/1eC64qf

I hope this will help you.
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May 22, 2014, 12:05:44 PM
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Hello
I am interested in purchasing a SSL Certificate but i have a few questions regarding this. Sorry if i sound like newbie but there are many others who will have the same questions so making it easier for them.

1) What is the purpose of SSL Certificate ?
2) What should we looking for when buying a Certificate ?
3) What Certificate would be better suited for business types such as online stores, Blogs, gambling and casino sites, etc ?
4) What would you recommend for a starter and will they be accessible for all servers that we have or one site per cetrificate?
5) Any other information that you think is important.

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May 22, 2014, 12:20:23 PM
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Hello
I am interested in purchasing a SSL Certificate but i have a few questions regarding this. Sorry if i sound like newbie but there are many others who will have the same questions so making it easier for them.

1) What is the purpose of SSL Certificate ?
2) What should we looking for when buying a Certificate ?
3) What Certificate would be better suited for business types such as online stores, Blogs, gambling and casino sites, etc ?
4) What would you recommend for a starter and will they be accessible for all servers that we have or one site per cetrificate?
5) Any other information that you think is important.

Regards

Duke

1) A TLS certificate (more commonly known as SSL) allows you to encrypt the traffic to and from your website, without popping up with an untrusted certificate warning.
2) Anything that is accepted by major operating systems will do. Most certificates are remarkably similar these days.
3) If you're an incorporated entity, go with an EV certificate. Otherwise, a normal cert will work.
4) Anything that is accepted by major operating systems will do just fine. You are overpaying, certificates do not provide varying levels of security. The main difference is if it's a normal certificate, wildcard, or EV certificate.
5) Don't pay more than $3 for a SSL certificate.
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May 23, 2014, 08:55:56 AM
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Hello
I am interested in purchasing a SSL Certificate but i have a few questions regarding this. Sorry if i sound like newbie but there are many others who will have the same questions so making it easier for them.

1) What is the purpose of SSL Certificate ?
2) What should we looking for when buying a Certificate ?
3) What Certificate would be better suited for business types such as online stores, Blogs, gambling and casino sites, etc ?
4) What would you recommend for a starter and will they be accessible for all servers that we have or one site per certificate?
5) Any other information that you think is important.

Regards

Duke


1) The purpose of SSL is to make website authenticate, establish the identity of the business as well as transfer information between web browser and server in a secure way through encryption technology.

2) When buying a certificate below major things you should look:

  • Type of certificate as per your security requirement
  • Certificate Authority
  • Warranty

3) For online stores EV SSL is the best because it will authenticate your domain as well as business information.
    For blog, you don't require any certificate if it is totally content based but if your blog involves any payment or cofidential information option,
    then DV SSL remains the best for it.
    For gambling and casino sites, business validation certificate is the best.

Check our top CAs SSL Certificate Products from here sslmatrix.com/sslcertificates


4) For a starter DV (Domain Validation) SSL is the best.

If website/domain which you want to validate through DV SSL is hosted on multiple servers, then it is possible that you can access same certificate for those servers. But for that you have to install that same SSL on those servers.

But if you have different domain which are hosted on single server or multiple server then you require SAN SSL.

5) If you feel any confusion while buying SSL certificate then you should take help of online support team.
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June 23, 2014, 11:49:55 AM
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If anyone has any questions about, SSL Certificate to buy or what is best for their business / website then they can ask here.

One more announcement from our side is that the big SSL Discount Offer is running on our platform. You can save flat 25% discount on all GlobalSign SSL Products as well as save 10% flat on any other SSL Certificates such as (RapidSSL, GeoTrust, Thawte and Symantec) by using coupon code.


To get flat 25% discount on GlobalSign SSL Products use coupon code GLOBE25
To get flat 10% discount any other SSL Products (RapidSSL, GeoTrust, Thawte and Symantec) use coupon code GET10OFF

For more information you can also visit our SSL Offer Page sslmatrix.com/ssl-promotion-code
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June 23, 2014, 06:29:08 PM
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Do you need any documents for Thawte Cert?

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June 24, 2014, 12:50:52 PM
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Do you need any documents for Thawte Cert?

There are two types of validation required for SSL Certificate. One is domain validation and other is organization validation.

For domain validation:

Domain validation will be done through E-Mail verification system. In which applicant requires generic email id to prove/confirm that they are administer of that domain.

For organization validation:

To know more detail regarding which documents will be needed for organization validation then visit url geotrust.com/support/true-businessid/ev-validation-requirements/


If you have still any question in the mind then you can feel free to ask us or take help of our live chat support.
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