Symantec Secure Site Pro

Many Internet users worldwide still use browsers and operating systems that will not connect at the strongest encryption level available to them unless there is a Server Gated Cryptography (SGC) enabled certificate on the server.

Experience the strongest SSL encryption available to them and attract more customers to your site by using Symantec Secure Site Pro, premium SSL and more in a single solution:

  • Up to 256-bit encryption with 128-bit minimum enables strong encryption for the most site visitors
  • Full business authentication verifies your business identity and domain ownership
  • Symantec Trust™ Seal with Symantec Seal-in-Search™ maximizes click-through and conversions
  • Daily Web site Malware Scanning shows customers you are committed to keeping them safe
  • Express delivery and 7-day money back guarantee
  • Plus: free 24/7 customer support, SSL Installation Checker, free revoke and replace, and a $250,000 warranty.

SSL and More in a Single Solution. Symantec Secure Site Pro offers more than the most secure SSL for your online business. We help drive traffic to your site and reduce abandoned transactions. Our premium SSL Certificate, the Symantec Trust Seal, Seal-in-Search technology, and daily Web site malware scanning work together to help assure your customers that your site is safe from search to browse to buy.

Symantec secured seal
Features and Specs
Full organization authentication
Minimum 128-bit up to 256-bit encryption
Site seal
Symantec Secured Seal; multi-lingual
Multi-year options
1 - 4 years
NetSure Extended Warranty
VeriSign root CA
Revocation and replacement free for 30 days
(Available 24x7): Web-based knowledgebase, Online Chat, E-mail, Phone

Customers Worldwide Know and Trust the Symantec Seal

The Symantec seal, the most trusted mark on the Internet, is viewed up to 250 million times a day on more than 90,000 Web sites in 160 countries. Seal-in-Search displays the Symantec Trust Seal next to your link on browsers enabled with a free plug-in as well as on partner shopping sites and product review pages. The seal differentiates your link in search and shows that malicious code has not been detected in a daily malware scan. Learn more: The Symantec Seal

The Strongest Encryption Available - Always - Protects Transactions

Standard SSL Certificates enable a minimum of 40-bit and up to 256-bit SSL encryption. Certain older browsers and operating systems (for a complete list go to SGC: Strongest SSL Encryption) will achieve only 40- or 56-bit encryption unless there is a Server Gated Cryptography (SGC)-enabled certificate on the server. Symantec is the leading SSL provider of SGC-enabled SSL Certificates, enabling 128- or 256-bit encryption for over 99.9% of Internet users.

World Class Customer Support and Online Management

Free 24/7 customer support and the centralized Symantec Trust Center give you better visibility and control of your SSL Certificates and Trust Seal Services. With a single sign-in, you can renew and manage any number of Symantec SSL Certificates, update your payment and account settings, manage Web site malware scanning results for your public Web pages or access a backup SSL Certificate.

?What is SSL?

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a protocol for enabling data encryption on the Internet and for helping web site users confirm the owner of the web site. cpr144449003101 SSL is most commonly used to protect communications between web browsers and servers. However, it is increasingly used for server to server communications and for web-based applications.

?What is most effective SSL certificate to combat phishing?

EV SSL products. Extended Validation (EV) authentication is the highest level of authentication available with an SSL Certificate. cpr144449003101 Any Web site with an established brand reputation should consider the benefits of an SSL Certificate with EV authentication.

?What are the requirements for getting an EV certificate?

A signed acknowledgement of agreement from the corporate contact listed on any order for an EV SSL Certificate. A company registration document may also be required if the we are unable to confirm the organization's details through a government database. A legal opinion letter may also be requested to confirm the following details about the organization applying for the Extended Validation SSL Certificate:

  • Physical address of place of operation
  • Telephone number
  • Confirmation of exclusive right cpr144449003101 to use the domain
  • Additional confirmation of the organization's existence (if less than 3 years old), and
  • Verification of the corporate contact's employment.
?What is organization authentication?

Organization authentication, also known as business identity authentication, is a high assurance level of authentication. SSL Certificates with this level of authentication require verification of an organization’s existence through cpr144449003101 a government issued business credential. Usually VeriSign, Thawte or GeoTrust will get this independent verification by searching one of many government or private databases to which they have access.

?What is domain control validation?

The certificate provider will confirm domain control by sending an email to the administrator listed with the registrar for the domain. If the authorized administrator does not reply, a second email will be sent to an email address at the domain such as info@ or cpr144449003101 support@. (You may select a secondary email address during the enrollment process.) In addition to validation by email, you will be asked to provide a telephone number where you can be reached immediately after submitting your enrollment. If everything checks out, the SSL certificate is issued.

?What is encryption and why are there different levels?

Encryption is a mathematical process of coding and decoding information. The number of bits (40-bit, 56-bit, 128-bit, 256-bit) tells you the size of the key. Like a longer password, a larger cpr144449003101 key has more possible combinations. When an encrypted session is established, the encryption level is determined by the capability of the web browser, SSL certificate, web server, and client computer operating system.

?How do web site visitors know if a web site is using SSL?

When a browser connects to a secure site it retrieves the site's SSL certificate and checks that it has not expired, that it has been issued by a Certificate Authority the browser trusts and that it is being used by the web site for which it has been issued. If it fails on any one of these checks the browser will display a warning to the end user. If it succeeds, several security indicators are built into modern browsers to indicate that SSL is enabled.

  • The beginning of the URL or web address changes from http:// to https://
  • A padlock on the browser cpr144449003101 window changes from open to closed
  • The address bar will turn green and display the name of the web site owner when connecting to a web site protected by an Extended Validation SSL certificate.

In addition, a trust mark may be added to web pages on a secure site.

?What does browser recognition mean?

When a browser or operating system encounters an SSL certificate, it checks to make sure that the certificate is valid and trusted. An SSL certificate is trusted if it is cpr144449003101 signed by a trusted or pre-installed root certificate. If a browser that does not contain the root CA certificate used to issue the SSL certificate, a security warning will alert them.

?What is a certificate signing request or CSR?

A CSR is a public key that you generate on your server according to your server software instructions. (If you do not have access to your server, your web host or cpr144449003101 Internet service provider will generate it for you.) The CSR is required during the SSL certificate enrollment process because it validates the specific information about your web server and your organization.

?What is a public/private key pair?

SSL uses unique cryptographic key pairs: each key pair consists of a secret private key and a related cpr144449003101 public key. Information encrypted with a public key can only be decrypted with the corresponding private key, and vice-versa.

?What browsers are compatible with SSL Certificates?

Most SSL Certificates are compatible with the following browsers:

  • Firefox 1 +
  • Chrome
  • IE 5.01 +
  • Safari
  • Opera cpr144449003101 7 +
  • Mozilla 1 +
  • AOL 5 +
  • Netscape 4.7 +
?What web servers can use SSL Certificates?

Any server that supports SSL v2 or v3 technology can use our SSL Certificates:

  • Web Servers
  • Mail Servers
  • Hosting Control Panel
  • POP, IMAP, cpr144449003101 SMTP Servers
  • File Transfer Servers
  • Proxy Servers

These include popular names such as Apache, IIS, Plesk, Exchange, ISA2004/2006, Lotus Dominos, Tomcat, Helm, DotNetPanel, and many more!